According to Videogamer, Sony’s Call of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified PS Vita bundle will only come with a PSN download voucher for the digital version of the game. That means those who’ve been hoping to get a physical copy of the shooter with the system package will be out of luck, though the decision does make sense from a business point of view.
The good news here is that the bundle will ship with a four gigabyte memory card, which should certainly be enough space to hold the game and perhaps one more item. However, we can’t say for sure right now, because its official install file size has not been made public. It is worth noting, though, that some digital Vita games have hit the PlayStation Store with download sizes in excess of two gigabytes.
Call of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified will launch in November.