Major Spanish Game Magazine shows a mysterious ad about Call of Duty and a "D" Day has received a e-mail with this single text:

This image corresponds to the May edition of a major spanish video games magazine, and shows The "D" day is coming and a image where you can read the words: Semper Fidelis and a date.

This words means "Always Faithful" and is known in the United States as the motto of the Marine Corps...

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tdogchristy903100d ago

the one thing that pops into my head is the fact that they reference D-Day which was a ww2 even and yet use a modern weapon on the cover. In reference to Semper Fi...

Fratres Usque ad aram fidelis.


PhantomT14123099d ago (Edited 3099d ago )

The weapon is not so modern. It's an early version of the M16 used during the Vietnam war (well, it's indeed recent compared to WW2). But D-Day is a term often used in military and not exclusive to June 6 1944 while it's the most famous one.

I wonder if they recieved words from Treyarch to put this image or if they chose it hearing the rumours.