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The latest Call of Duty gets a November release date

Key art from Modern Warfare II featuring a close up of Simon “Ghost” Riley, a soldier in a tactical skull mask wearing headphones and eyeblack
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Surprising absolutely no one, Activision Blizzard has announced the latest Call of Duty game.

Posts today from developer Sledgehammer Games and the official Call of Duty accounts confirmed Modern Warfare III (not to be confused with 2011’s Modern Warfare 3, of course) will launch on November 10th.

Modern Warfare III will follow the events of Modern Warfare I and IIwhich were “gritty” reboots of 2007’s Modern Warfare and 2009’s Modern Warfare 2 campaigns. (Activision Blizzard, in its infinite wisdom, has seemingly decided to use Roman numerals to differentiate the reboots from the original trilogy.) Though Vladimir Makarov was…

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