The MQ-27 Dragonfire drone is one of the more interesting vehicles in Call of Duty: Black Ops II. The unmanned flying drone appears in the mission Protect P.O.T.U.S. and is also usable in Strike Forcemissions and Multiplayer matches.
Today, a remote controlled version of the MQ-27 appeared on the FCC, winning approval for its use of the 2.4GHz band. The device, pictured above and below, is similar in appearance to Parrot’s AR. Drone, although the MQ-27 lacks some of the features offered by Parrot, such as video recording and iOS-based controls.
The MQ-27 drone comes with a remote control that features two joysticks, as well as pitch controls. The device also ships with a display stand and USB charging cord. The drone holds a 400 mAh battery.
We have yet to find a release date for the MQ-27 drone as a stand-alone toy, but the device will be released as part of the $180 Call of Duty: Black Ops II “Care Package” which should be available on November 13th.