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Call of Duty: Ghosts Prematurely Unveiled By Retailer?

Posted on Wednesday, April 24 @ 11:00:00 PST by Alex_Osborn
There's good reason to believe the next entry in Activision's massively popular FPS franchise will be subtitled Ghosts.

Thanks to online retailer Tesco Direct, it appears Call of Duty: Ghosts will launch later this year. As one might suspect, the listing has since been pulled from the site, but not before IGN captured a screenshot of the page, complete with a look at the box art.


You'll notice that the cover art indicates that the title is being developed by Infinity Ward, which makes sense when considering Treyarch was behind last year's Black Ops sequel. Interestingly enough, it's listed for PlayStation 3, which could just be a placeholder, or perhaps an indication that the game will be a current-gen title.

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