H33rsay: UK retailer posts Call of Duty: Ghosts box art like it’s a real thing [Update]

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It seems as though US retailer Target also got the memo that Call of Duty: Ghosts is real – see an image of the flier with a supposed release date below.

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The last (and first) time we heard about something called ‘Call of Duty: Ghosts,’ the information was presented by a very convincing (and trusted) Call of Duty tips video producer. That was in late March.

Today, UK retailer Tesco has posted up box art for Call of Duty: Ghosts as though it’s a real game created and produced by Infinity Ward and Activision.

Is it a real game?

Here is the listing at Tesco, and the accompanying images below:

Call of Duty: Ghosts Box Art - Xbox 360

Call of Duty: Ghosts Box Art - PS3

Does that look like legitimate artwork to you? Is Activision due to reveal Call of Duty: Ghosts anytime soon? E3 in June would be the best time to reveal the game, but we may just see a few teasers for the next Call of Duty ahead of this year’s event.


US retailer Target has fed the flames of this rumour by releasing a flier advertising Call of Duty: Ghosts, with a November 5th release date – see the ad below:

Call of Duty: Ghosts - Target Advert

It may just be time to believe in Ghosts.

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Source: AllGamesBeta

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