RUMOR: Call of Duty: Ghost Leak Shows Main Menu and Other Goodies
Call of Duty: Ghosts is undoubtedly one of the largest anticipated titles for the current generation consoles and even the next generation consoles, the latest Call of Duty: Ghost Leak shows us a look at the main menu, a look at what appears to be a new HUD and even a recycled main menu that is reminiscent of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. Since there is no proper source and of course leaks like this are bound to happen for this title, you are welcome to take this news with a pinch of salt.
Latest Call of Duty: Ghost Leak shows main menu and other details have been "leaked" by "Revival". Real or Fake, you be the judge
UPDATE: Someone on Neogaf has found proof that its fake, Lets see if the rest are also doctored.
UPDATE 2: Officially confirmed as fake via JeuxVideo
Call of Duty: Ghosts is one of 2013's highly anticipated titles, right along side Assassins Creed 4: Black Flag and Watch_Dogs, both of which have already been confirmed for the next generation consoles too.
The latest series of images shows someone going by the alias of "Revival" who appears to be in a Spanish country and proudly takes credit for the "leak"
While the images may or may not be real, they do look very tempting, to help support their case, Revival decided to even put a piece of paper(s) and in one picture even show the XMB overlay of them sending a message to Activision.
As you can see, Revival isn't shy of bringing themselves in the spotlight.
I would like to take a moment to remind you once more that the images may or may not be real, so please feel free to take them with a pinch of salt, but the one picture that shows the XMB overlay of a message being sent to Activision DOES look very real.
What do you think? I believe that given the track record of the game, this leak might just be the genuine article. Some of the images do look very convincing though but until a proper video surfaces, we can't really be sure.
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