Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 News (PC)

Rumor: Black Ops 2 announcement on the 2nd May

Posted: 19.04.2012 by JonahFalcon

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An unnamed retailer source sent Kotaku an image of a new poster that has been sent out to stores from Activision that reads "05 * 02 * 12 Return for Debriefing" in the familiar Call of Duty font, with logos for both Treyarch and Activision.

Activision hunts down Black Ops 2 'leak threads'

Posted: 29.03.2012 by Technet2k

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Threads appearing on the official Activision forum for Call of Duty have been claiming to leak information about Treyarch's assumed Black Ops 2 title in the works; no official word yet.

Someone has salvaged the cache of what was posted on the forum, and Activision's fervour for hunting these posts down has given them credence among Call of Duty fans.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 leaked by another retailer

Posted: 01.03.2012 by JonahFalcon

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Activision can't seem to stem the tide of leaks about their unannounced sequel Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, as another retailer, Spanish and Portuguese online shop FNAC, has accidentally advertised the game on its splash page for a short period before being pulled.

Infinity: Feedback for Call of Duty now "as a franchise", not just iterations

Posted: 24.02.2012 by Technet2k

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Infinity Ward and Treyarch both work the Call of Duty franchise but the two teams aren't at each other's throats, says Robert Bowling of Infinity - creator of the mega-huge IP.

There'll "always be a lot of communication back and forth," and when one does something great the other listens. Feedback is now taken in "as a whole," and not just for their own.

Activision claims "We don't blacklist", French sites disagree

Posted: 20.02.2012 by JonahFalcon

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Activision has issued a statement that it doesn't blacklist journalists, but French gaming sites seem to disagree, as Activision France apparently went on a rampage threatening sites to remove stories that Amazon France had leaked Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 or face retribution in the form of snubs and advertising removal.