According to a listing unearthed on the PlayStation Store, this year's Call of Duty game will be called Infinite Warfare.
The name was uncovered on the PS4 version of the PlayStation Store by users of popular gaming forum NeoGAF. With the name on the PlayStation Store, it's just a matter of time before we hear an official announcement. What this also means is that we won't be getting a sequel to 2013's Call of Duty: Ghosts which was developed by Infinity Ward, the same studio developing Infinite Warfare.
This leak follows a tweet from video game critic Jim Sterling that claimed the game would be officially revealed by next Tuesday and would be listed in stores as well.
Previously it was discovered that this entry in the long-running series will be set in space. The source was Shinobi, a regular on popular gaming forum NeoGAF. He claims it will be "Very far future. Space combat. Full on sci-fi."
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In the past he's been a reliable source of information on what to expect from game publishers.
Furthermore, Eurogamer has independently verified that the next Call of Duty game will take place in space.
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Right now, the new Call of Duty game is expected to hit shelves on November 5 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. There's a good chance it will be up against another yet to be officially announced shooter, Battlefield 5. With Titanfall 2 expected this year as well as Gears of War 4, it's safe to say that fan of sci-fi shooters have a lot to look forward to this year.