Activision has launched the official Facebook page for the upcoming Call of Duty: Ghosts game, while a separate dedicated website reveals the Call of Duty: Ghosts release date.
The Facebook page was announced in a tweet on the @CallofDuty Twitter feed where Activision is calls the game “the next generation of Call of Duty”.
“RT if you’re ready to see the next generation of Call of Duty: http://facebook.com/CODGhosts #CODGhosts,” the tweet read.
Such a tagline of “next generation” could hint to Call of Duty: Ghosts launching on the next-gen consoles, the PS4 and the new Xbox 720, due to be unveiled on May 21.
Along with the official Call of Duty: Ghosts Facebook page, another site called “theghostsarereal.com” has popped up; looking to be an official dedicated Call of Duty: Ghosts website. On here, a Call of Duty: Ghosts release date is listed at November 5 2013, which had already been tipped by leaked advertising material and falls in line with the annual Call of Duty launch schedule.
Interesting though, when we were writing this story the pre-order link next to the release date directs users to an Amazon listing for the game, but with a December 31 2013 availability.
Call of Duty: Ghosts Trailer
Obviously the appearance of the official Call of Duty: Ghosts Facebook page has excited loyal COD fans, but more interestingly scanning through the comments, several users have tipped a Call of Duty: Ghosts trailer unveiling for 6pm GMT this evening, even stating that the reveal trailer will be 2 minutes in length.
In fact, the dedicated site current leaves a large gap at the bottom of the holding page, entitled “Reveal Trailer”. Currently blank, the page occasionally comes up with a YouTube error message stating the video cannot be found.
Call of Duty: Ghosts is widely expected to be formally unveiled later today by many videogame industry publications and analysts, so expect to see a Call of Duty: Ghosts trailer crop up later this evening. A video advert for the game is expected to be televised during the NBA basketball playoffs in America this evening, so the reveal trailer could be timed to tie-in with that.
Keep an eye on that updated Call of Duty: Ghosts teaser site for more information, and we’ll keep you posted too.
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