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Call of Duty gets tentative November release date

Call of Duty gets tentative November release date

If the source over at Only the Games is to be believed, Activision's Call of Duty: World at War could be dropping in November, right before the wild video game holiday sales extravaganza.

Previously, the release date was an ambiguous "autumn," but Only the Games managed to get an extra chirpy (or possibly inebriated) PR flak to dish on a more accurate release date.

In a follow up to the story, Joystiq attempted to get more info from Activision, and was predictably stone-walled with a canned industry response.

"We haven't made any announcement about date other than Fall of 2008," said an Activision rep.

For the calendar-obsessed, November does indeed fall within the Fall months. Keep an eye out for confirmation as the summer months draw to a close.


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