Rumour: Call of Duty World at War II to be revealed in May
Developer Treyarch is reportedly planning to reveal Call of Duty: World at War II later this year, according to an alleged teaser poster leaked online.
Here's the reveal poster for Call Of Duty: World At War 2. We've added our watermark so it doesn't get copied. RT pic.twitter.com/mA2OFnHdTP— Anonymous Protection (@AnonymousUK2015) January 11, 2015
This morning, Anonymous Protection posted the above image on Twitter announcing a World at War II reveal event for May 4, 2015.
The picture states that the reveal will be "presented by Xbox" at 10am PDT on May 4.
Last year on the same date Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare was meant to be revealed, though it was leaked a few days beforehand.
The Call of Duty series cycles developers, in order to keep to an annual release schedule without restricting development time.
Treyarch, developer of 2008's Call of Duty: World at War, is behind this year's entry in the series, and have teased a return to the World War II setting.
Last December, the studio posted a link to the Wikipedia page for the attack on Pearl Harbour on Facebook, along with a quote from Franklin D Roosevelt, on the anniversary of the event.
Not-final box art for World at War II was also reportedly leaked by Amazon earlier last year, but was later found to be a hoax.
If this latest leak is accurate, there's a good chance we'll hear more about the game between now and May.
source: newshub archive