The official Call of Duty website, meanwhile, is counting down to the reveal by releasing a series of fuzzy images, depicting what appears to be scenes from the game.
New "classified" images will be unscrambled on a daily basis, although there remains a number of pictures without dates attached.
The promotional style is similar to a poster that was discovered last week, which fits in with theBlack Ops theme.
The poster contained the phrase: "Return For Debriefing", which suggests that the game will be a sequel.
Earlier this year, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 briefly appeared on Amazon's French site. Activisionclaims that the next release will contain "meaningful innovations".
A leaked report detailing new multiplayer modes, perk systems and the game's release date was discovered last month. The title is said to launch on November 6.
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