More rumours have surfaced about Activision's next Call of Duty title, which looks set to be Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, if some pre-order cards from the US are to believed.
The images come from pre-order cards that appeared in a Target store in the US and state that Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 will be releasing on the 13th of November, a week after the previous rumour suggested.
The official reveal of the game is expected tomorrow, during the NBA play-offs and if Black Ops 2 surfaces, with a 13th of November release date, it wouldn't be all that surprising any more.
The story is said to place the game as a direct sequel, which means it will continue to focus on the events of the Cold War. However, there's currently been no word on which developer will be making the game. In the past, this installment has always been given to Treyarch, while the alternate game is developed by Infinity Ward.
We'll keep you posted in the future if we hear more information. Who knows, there may be another massive leak like there was for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 last year.