Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Reveal Coming Today
Yup, it’s (mostly) confirmed: Activision will be releasing Call of Duty: Black Ops II this year, and not Call of Duty: Routine Coast Guard Patrols* or some other title.
A full “world reveal” is due later today, and ahead of that announcement, somebody got a little trigger-happy and launched a website that spills beans all over the place. The site, located here, is down now, but not before VG247 and the rest of the Internet managed to snag a bunch of photos of Call of Duty with its pants down. Er….
From what we can tell out ahead of the actual reveal, Black Ops II seems to concern Los Angeles — on fire. Rumor has it that Blops Deuce will take place in a near-future timeline, something like 10 years in the future, rather than during the Cold War. Because running two shooters in the same era in parallel timelines sounds like a great idea, Activision. Oh, also, the previously rumored release date of Nov. 13 seems to be spot-on.
Anyway, enjoy a couple shots, and check back later today after the official reveal comes during the NBA Playoffs this evening.
*I made that title up, Internet. If I start seeing rumors about Call of Duty: Routine Coast Guard Patrols, I will be very disappointed (but secretly incredibly happy because that game would be the best).
Thanks again, VG247.