Next ‘Call of Duty’ game sequel to be called as ‘Ghosts’

A U.S based retailer, Target, and a U.K. based Tesco accidentally leaked the next game in the Call of Duty Series which shows that the Game will be called as “Call of Duty: Ghosts”. The leaked box art which now seems to be removed from Tesco’s website.

This game is developed by Infinity Ward and Activision. it also confirmed that there’s a coupon available with the PS3 and the Xbox 360 version where you can save $10 on any game with the value of $49.99 when you reserve COD: Ghosts for $1 also contained the release date as 5.11.13 noted, most likely for U.S. release as the offer applies with Tesco. It would make sense since COD series are launched usually during the time frame when the games for this series are usually released.

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