It’s been two years since Treyarch gave us Call of Duty: Black Ops – that’s long enough to make a sequel! Apparently it’s also long enough for Aspyr to create a Mac port of the game, which will officially hit Steam a little later this month.
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The original game hit PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 back in November 2010, with versions also released for Wii and Nintendo DS. Now, it’s also headed to Apple-flavoured gaming machines, with a release on the Mac App Store following its Steam debut.
As compensation for waiting so very long, Aspyr and Treyarch are also throwing in the First Strike Content Pack at launch, absolutely free. The undead-themed Rezurrection Content Pack will also be available this week, with a price tag of US$14.99 – but if you’re after either Escalation or Annihilation, you’ll have to keep waiting, they’re not due out until later this year.