Leaked Call of Duty: Black Ops II Screenshots Apparently Confirm Near Future Setting

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Throwing more fuel on the Call of Duty: Black Ops II fire, here are a couple new screenshots apparently from the upcoming game.

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Last month's leaked art images showed the gun-toting "quadcopter" that appeared in internet videos and on the game's website. The quadcopter also appeared in these latest screens, courtesy of Japanese site Doope.

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Illustration for article titled Leaked emCall of Duty: Black Ops II/em Screenshots Apparently Confirm Near Future Setting

Previously, Kotaku ran what is rumored to be Black Ops II's poster and cracked the morse code on the Call of Duty website.

Details on the rumored Black Ops sequel are scant, but supposedly, the still unconfirmed game is set in the future.

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「Call of Duty」新作のスクリーンショットが流出、やはり近未来設定で確定か [Doope]

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kureiscott
The Logic and Rationale Police

Is that...the same engine? How long have they been using that engine anyway?

And I'd have to say they must be making serious bank to be recycling the same engine over and over again and putting out game after game. This console generation has been very good to Activision.

Just checked.

Call of Duty 2 (2005) IW 2.0

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (2007) IW 3.0

Call of Duty: World at War (2008) IW 3.0 (Modified)

Quantum of Solace (2008) IW 3.0 (Heavily Modified)

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2009) IW 4.0

Call of Duty: Black Ops (2010) IW 3.0 (Modified)

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (2011) MW3 engine

Call of Duty 9 (2012)

And I doubt the Wii Goldeneye had much of a budget to begin with, and that HD port to the HD twins couldn't have cost that much either. And they must have made a mint off Skylanders. Activision must be swimming in cash right now.

I wonder how the new generation of consoles will treat them.