It appears video game developer Black Ops Entertainment has taken down their company website at www.BlackOps.com in favor of putting up a web page that displays a broken photo album from a church’s baseball team in San Francisco, California. The change occurred within the last week and comes as the release date nears for Black Ops 2, the sequel to Call of Duty: Black Ops, which became the best-selling game in U.S. history. You can look at past internet statistics to see that traffic to the popular web address (not owned by Activision) will be increasing as fans type the domain name into their browser, expecting to find more information about the video game. In the months building up to the game’s initial launch in 2010, traffic went from nearly zero to thousands, and it wasn’t because Black Ops Entertainment had done anything. The reasons for the website change now all of a sudden are unknown, though theories are plentiful.