The next installment in Activision's first person shooter franchise, Call of Duty, may be revealed in the near future, according to a leak over the weekend. A logo for the game with the date April 28th underneath leads fans to believe that more information on the next Black Ops will be unveiled soon.
The image surfaced on the official Call of Duty forums and has been removed by Activision since, reported Attack of the Fanboy. Members of the Call of Duty forums retrieved the image from the following URL: http://www.callofduty.com/bo2/images. However, an error message now stands in its place. Nothing has been officially confirmed, but the logo remains on the website without a date.
The date would make sense, since April 28th will mark two years since the first Call of Duty: Black Ops teaser trailer was launched. However, this year the date falls on a Saturday.
Maybe the publisher is making a big reveal during a sporting event of some kind, as it seems unlikely that the first trailer would arrive on a weekend, writes Attack of the Fanboy's Al McCarthy.
After details surrounding last year's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 leaked before its release, Activision may be looking to keep its upcoming game under wraps.
This isn't the first time information on the upcoming Black Ops sequel has leaked through forums. In the last week of March, a post in the game's official message boards revealed information on different game modes, point streaks, map design and more. The post still remains on the website and has yet to be taken down.