Call of Duty: Ghosts Officially Confirmed, Activision Launches Official Facebook Page

Call of Duty Ghosts
And it’s official everyone. Activision has just launched the official Facebook page for Call of Duty: Ghosts. In case you did not get it, this isn’t a fan page or a hoax. This is the real deal. The next Call of Duty title will be called Call of Duty: Ghosts and Activision will most probably release more details about it later today.
As the FB page description of Call of Duty: Ghosts reads:
“Official Call of Duty® Ghosts Facebook Page. ESRB Rating: Pending
Any information or content which we make available on our Facebook page is for your personal use only; you may not use it commercially. All intellectual property rights in such information and content belong to Activision. Anything you submit to our Facebook page may be used, reproduced, modified, disclosed, transmitted, published, broadcast and/or posted elsewhere, in whole or in part, either by us or by other users. We can also use any ideas, concepts or techniques that you post. We reserve the right to take down this Facebook page at any time without notice.
© 2013 Activision Publishing Inc. Activision and Call of Duty are registered trademarks. All other trademarks and trade names are the properties of their respective owners.”
Earlier today, a new image was posted on the official website of Call of Duty, suggesting viewers that ghosts are real. That was obviously a hint about the title of the new Call of Duty game, despite the fact that it was almost a given that it would be called Call of Duty: Ghosts.
Enjoy and stay tuned for more!

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