Not that it should be too shocking by now, but it looks like Call of Duty: Black Ops 2
is all but official at this point. A dutiful fan snapped a picture of a Target pre-order card for the game, reports IGN
. In addition to confirming the next entry of Activision's mammoth franchise, the card also lists a November 13 release date, which certainly jives with the series' typical launch timing. It also lines up with the a Spanish retail listing
spotted last month, which had the title slated for a November 12 launch.
The official, official
reveal of the next Call of Duty game, whatever it is
, is set to go down on Tuesday, May 1
during the NBA playoffs.