USA Today's dropped new detail on Treyarch's Call of Duty: Black Ops, saying the game will definitely feature four-player co-op.
The report also confirms that you won't actually be flying the SR-71 Blackbird reconnaissance aircraft shown in the game's teaser trailer, but will instead be looking down from the plane and directing troops.
"Players spy on suspicious activity while piloting a Lockheed SR-71 recon aircraft over the Ural Mountains... from the initial piloting of a reconnaissance aircraft to on the ground combat in the Soviet Union," said the report.
Apparently the 2-4-player co-op in the game's main story will focus on two characters over "multiple covert international conflicts".
Check the full thing out. The game's releasing on November 9 for PC, 360 and PS3. Thanks, Kotaku.