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Black Ops 2 “The Enemy Could be Anywhere”, says Activision

by William Schwartz on April 26, 2012

Heading into the May 1st reveal of the next Call of Duty game, Activision has been revealing a cryptic puzzle on the Call of Duty homepage.  Today another classified tile has been revealed with a gif that reads “The Enemy Could Be Anywhere and it Could Be Anyone.”

Now whether this is alluding to any new gameplay developments for the Call of Duty brand, is yet to be seen, and we likely won’t be getting a new details about the game for some time.  The reveal which is set for May 1st during the NBA playoffs, won’t likely give us too much to go, other than what the next Call of Duty will be called.

You can find the gif on the Call of Duty homepage.  So what does it mean?  Is Treyarch introducing some new gameplay that allows you to disguise yourself?  Or is it just marketing? Is it referring to mobile versions of the game?

Let us know in the comments below, what you want from the next Call of Duty!

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  • Curtis McCrea

    Project MK-ULTRA perhaps?

  • Anonymous Tom

    Call of Duty: Future Soldier

  • TheEroticGamer

    PS Vita

  • Konfidential3

    It might be referring to a vita version. The vita game Unit 13 used a similar theme to this. It said “Suddenly everywhere doesn’t feel so safe”. Meaning anybody around u could be playing, trying to beat you.

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