Black Ops 2: Signs point to near-future setting

Activision could be preparing to shock the Call of Duty world with a surprise announcement next week – a near-future setting for the title currently known as Black Ops 2.

The hint comes from tongue-in-cheek YouTube show FPS Russian. The latest episode demos a quadrotor RC attack drone that bears more than a little resemblance to a quadrotor pictured in one of Activision’s Call of Duty teaser pics yesterday.

Technology in this baby isn’t going to be out there for at least another decade,” the presenter is keen to press. This is truly a weapon of the future.”

He adds: If you can’t wait 10-15 years my sources tell me that this beauty might be in the next Call of Duty game.”

And the real kicker – the video signs off with the following message: A big thank you to the makers of Call of Duty for sponsoring this video.”

Just in case you’re wondering – yes, the footage in the video is fake. Take a look for yourself:

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