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'Call of Duty: Black Ops' sequel to take place in the future?

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Call of Duty's latest "classified" image hints at a futuristic setting for the upcoming shooter.

The new picture is a close-up of a tablet-controlled quadrotor attack drone with a link to a promotional viral video starring FPS Russian.



The YouTube video contains a "demonstration" of the drone, which is equipped with a submachine gun and camera.

FPS Russian uses the drone to destroy some "lost and confused" visitors and a group of zombie terrorists enjoying a dinner party.

He signs off by saying that the technology will not be available for at least another decade, but may make an appearance in the new Call of Duty game.

New "classified" images and videos will be unscrambled on a daily basis at the official Call of Duty website.

The next game in the series, widely believed to be a follow-up to Call of Duty: Black Ops, will be unveiled during the ad break of a basketball playoff match on May 1.

Earlier this year, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 briefly appeared on Amazon's French site. Activision claims 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.

The game's concluding act was recently voted the greatest ending of all time by Guinness World Records readers.

> Read our Call of Duty: Black Ops review

Watch a trailer for the original Black Ops below:

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