Activision has revealed that this year's Call Of Duty will receive its “world reveal” on May 1st, during the NBA basketball playoffs on the TNT TV channel. The official Call of Duty website has transformed overnight to show a brand new home page outlining the forthcoming announcement on May 1.
The website is in addition stuffed with “classified” pictures, many of which are going to unlock over the remainder of April.
Numerous reports and rumors have already been mentioning that the title is going to be Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, however absolutely nothing is specified as of yet. The game was already identified on the French Amazon website, as well as an employee at a contract art studio outlined work for Black Ops 2 on his CV.
Call of Duty: Black Ops continues to be most successful COD game up to now. It has sold over 25 million copies and has become the best selling game on record in the US.
Last year's Modern Warfare 3 initially sold more quickly than Black Ops, becoming the most successful entertainment launch of all time, however for the month of March, it is noted that MW3 sold less than 50 % the amount that Black Ops sold at that time last year.