2011 Jeep Wrangler Call of Duty: Black Ops Edition invites tireless video game collectors to empty out their bank accounts for the ultimate show of fan support. In all seriousness, you don’t have to even own the game or have even played a Call of Duty video game before to appreciate what this sleek black beauty brings to the table. If you’re in the market for a new ride, you could do a lot worse on features and cost than the solid black 2-door or Unlimited editions. These are priced in the $30,000-$34,000 range, and the game advertisements are subtle and effective. People in traffic probably won’t even realize that you’re driving around a five-figure advertisement for some bad-ass war game.
With silver alloy wheels and impressive road-hugging 32-inch tires, this is one video game trinket that could actually get you laid. At the very least it will get you from point A to point B thanks to the fine folks at Jeep and those enterprising bastards known as Activision. If you wish to kick ass at a fraction of the cost, however, you may wish to stick with the Xbox 360 game, which streeted on Nov. 9.