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MrBeatdown2379d ago

Kind of surprising if true considering Call of Duty usually launches in early November. I would have guessed September since that's when Halo games are typically released.

StrongMan2379d ago

That would be stupid. Everyone knows November belongs to COD.

MattyG2379d ago

Maybe that's whatthey want. Direct competition to bring down COD's sales numbers (even though I can't see it working)

Soldierone2379d ago

COD is MS' baby too....they treat COD like its an exclusive. I see absolutely no need for MS to attack "their own" game.

If anything MS is in contact with Activision to organize the release.

StrongMan2379d ago (Edited 2379d ago )

@Soldierone

Activision don't have to organize release dates with anyone. Any FPS that release around COD's release date will fall. Halo's sales have declined since Halo 3 while COD's sales have greatly increased since COD4. Get serious.

MattyG2379d ago (Edited 2379d ago )

Maybe that's what they want. Direct competition to bring down COD's sales numbers (even though I can't see it working) DOUBLE POST SORRY!

Frankfurt2379d ago (Edited 2379d ago )

MS has an exclusivity contract with Activision - no way they "want" to compete with them. Maybe they know something we don't about Black Ops 2.

SignifiedSix2379d ago

i would hope so! its the only game i'm looking forward to on the 360 this year! Will it take me away from minecraft? Probably! ;)

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