Rumours have pegged this year's Call of Duty as a sequel to the Treyarch-developed Black Ops. Now, an image of US Target pre-order cards running on IGN appears to confirm the title and show a release date of November 13. If you're keeping score, that's one week after Halo 4.
Pre-Order Cards Show Call Of Duty: Black Ops Arriving November 13
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