Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 quadrotor
 In-Game & Trailers
Multiplayer Gameplay Trailer
Score streaks - rather than kill streaks, every action in COD:BO2 earns a point score. One example: While the UAV reward is deployed, every kill achieved by a teammate gains 25 points as a 'spot assist'. It is unknown how much the UAV costs (the only example rewards mentioned cost ~400), but one remark was that the UAV reward coupled with the lightning reward was a good strategy for picking up points to spend on larger vehicles.
 Care Package drone
 MQ-27 Dragonfire Bonus Vehicle
The Call of Duty: Black Ops II plot features quadrotors prominently, and incorporates the quadrotor as a killstreak reward in multiplayer. The MQ-27 Dragonfire (nickname 'Charlene') is noted as having a machine gun and self destruct capability. The premium 'prestige edition', entitled variously the "Care Package" or "Collector's Edition", will sell for $180, and include a scale model of this quadrotor in the box.
The expected number of units sold is difficult to predict. The previous prestige edition, for Black Ops 1, included an FPV RC car. The overall sales for Black Ops 1 are around 20 million units. On Amazon, the Black Ops 1 prestige edition sold for $150, and currently has about 4% of the number of reviews as the normal edition. This methodology, which predicts 800,000 units, is probably a vast overestimate due to differential proclivity to write reviews, but it may be that the MQ-27 appears on the scene in similar numbers to the popular Parrot AR.Drone. Either way, it will likely rapidly become one of the most-sold quadrotor models.
The prop guard is similar to the AR.Drone, and the 300-400mm class motor to motor distance makes this a rather lightweight example of the form, which should make it reasonably safe for indoor flying.
The controller appears to be a simplistic 2-stick, with an unknown number of axes (roll and pitch are obvious requirements, but yaw was not demonstrated in the video). There is a blank panel at the bottom of the controller, which may be black plastic (confining this to strict RC-only operation) or may be a screen for FPV as in the trailers and the game. Given that it's a cheap quadrotor, it probably incorporates a minimal gyro-based stabilization scheme.
The name, MQ-27, probably refers to the military naming convention for UCAVs, rather than to any resemblance to the Blade MQx.
 Unboxing & Review
 FPSRussia Promo
FPSRussia is a very popular Youtube channel hosted by "Dmitri Potapoff", the Russian persona of a US gun nut who lives in the state of Georgia. His popular tongue-in-cheek Youtube series combines over-the-top firearm demonstrations with comedy and a bit of special effects. Based on this, and his videos about the Call of Duty franchise, he was hired as a viral promoter of recent iterations of the game.
One of these iterations featured what was clearly a CGI quadrotor with a 'submachine gun' and self destruct equipped, and a tabletop physical model of same, which in November 2012 will go on to make a prominent appearance in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. The quad in question, named simply "Charlene", is featured using an FPV tablet interface. It appears to have about a 1 meter m2m distance, and uses perhaps 300mm diameter blades inside thick prop guards in an X4 configuration. The control response is comically over-done, with extreme angles of tilt for all corrections. Curiously, it appears to use a 12DoF internal control scheme, with each prop being roll/pitch stabilized, using actuators at an 'elbow' and a 'wrist' joint in addition to fixed-pitch variable throttle.