Last week headlines praised Call of Duty: Black Ops as the best-selling video game of all time. With 13.7 million copies of the game being sold in the US alone, it should come as no surprise the game is back in the spotlight. One in eight US households now owns a copy of the infamous shooter.
Based on the lastest US census data, IGN is reporting that the 13.7 million copies of Call of Duty: Black Ops equates to 12.5 percent of US households, or 1/8th. After taking the title from Wii Play last week, Black Ops has been on a terror, leaving Modern Warfare 2, Grand Theft Auto and Guitar Hero III in its wake. The question remains, will the follow-up to Black Ops live up to the hype will this remain the best selling game in the Call of Duty franchise