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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On Monday the BBC reported that Facebook had removed three Britain First adverts, and the page responsible for disseminating them. Britain First is a fascist political party that Facebook had already banned from its platform last year, saying at the time that its representatives “repeatedly posted content designed to incite animosity and hatred against minority groups”. A rather surprising aspect of this story, however, is the styling of the group that had been promoting Britain First: it's called "Political Gamers TV", and little about it adds up.