Target has also backed up the existence of Call of Duty Ghosts by advertising it with a pre-order discount offer. The ad also mentions a release date of November 5th 2013 which is more precise than Tesco’s obvious place holder.
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Tesco Direct has outed what looks to be the box art for the next Call of Duty game on it’s website.
The listing depicts the box art of a man removing a mask with the title of the game and the sub-title “Ghosts” which is the title that was rumoured to be the next game from last month.
Whilst the box art is that of a PlayStation box, there’s no other details on the other consoles nor the next-gen. When the rumour about the game first came out, the word was the game would be next-gen only which doesn’t seem to be the case from this listing.
Following year-by-year tradition, this year is now series creator Infinity Ward’s turn to get a game out.
The release date posted on Tesco’s website is the 30/12/13 which seems like your average place holder date which is way outside the traditional November release date for the series but given the next-gen consoles are said to be coming later this year, could we be seeing the game release a bit later this year?
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