If you've visited the Call Of Duty site lately, you'll notice Activision has redesigned their main page to announce that the next title of Call of Duty, which is expected to be Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, is going to be...announced on May 1st during the NBA playoff on TNT.
So they are announcing that they are announcing? Sheesh, marketing nowadays. Anyway, they've started revealing small bits of information from the game. Take a look to see what has been revealed so far...
1. An image of Quadrotor that redirects you to a video of the Quadrotor with a machine gun by the channel named FPSRussia. Take a look at the bottom of this article to see the Quadrotor video in action
2. A slide that has the text - "The Enemy Could be Anywhere and it Could be Anyone" written on it.
3. A slide with the text "Tacitus" written on it in red. The guy in the Quadrotor video has the same name on his T-shirt
4. A code generator (it's more like a fast slideshow of codes).
And thats it for the moment.
This upcoming Call of Duty title is effectively Call of Duty 9 in the Call of Duty series. It is going to be based on the IW Engine which has been used on most of the previous instalments on the Call of Duty series and being developed by the Infinity Ward and going to be published by the Activision.
If you visit the CallofDuty.com you'll notice there are more slides that are empty with the text "Classified" and the date that the slide is going to be unlocked on. Also, if you take a look at the background of this reveal page, you'll notice it is very similar to the previous Call of Duty: Black Ops art work.
Finally, take a look at your Windows Task Manager while browsing that CoD announce webpage. Under Performance/CPU Usage you will see that the webpage takes a hefty chunk out of your processing power while it is open. Its not a big deal, just thought it was interesting.
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