Commenting on Modern Warfare 2's controversial No Russian level, Treyarch's community manager Josh Olin has told GamerZines that the developer won't be "shying away from the brutality of war" for Black Ops, telling us that anything the team do "will be to propel the story or illicit an emotional response from the player". "Controversial is such a subjective term," replied Olin when asked whether players can expect to see anything similar to MW2's airport scene in Black Ops. "It's tough to say. It is a mature themed game for mature audiences and we're not shying away from the brutality or grittiness of war. Capturing that level of authenticity and realism is important in trying to immerse the players. "Anything we do will be to propel the story or illicit an emotional response from the player, to make them feel angry or righteous or sad. Those are all elements that help immerse the player that much more deeply into the world. Modern Warfare 2 hit the tabloids in its run up to release last year for its controversial 'No Russian' level, which saw players kill civilians and police in a Russian airport. Activision let those offended by the content skip the level altogether. This year's Call of Duty, Black Ops, takes place over the course of recent history, with Vietnamese and Cold War levels being revealed so far. It's rumoured to include a mission based around the siege of the Iranian Embassy in London. The game launches on November 9th on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, Wii and DS.