US retailer GameStop has said that Activision's Call of Duty: Ghosts could still prove to be 2013's biggest game.
"Call of Duty is an entertainment juggernaut and cultural phenomenon. We are excited for the upcoming release of the new installment of this blockbuster franchise, Call of Duty: Ghosts," the retailer's senior VP of merchandising Bob Puzon stated.
"We look forward to celebrating the worldwide November launch of this great game that is on track to be the most pre-ordered title of the year."
That means that GameStop is registering more interest for COD than it is the likes of Grand Theft Auto V or Battlefield 4.
Interestingly, a report last month suggested that EA's shooter had generated more online noise than its rival throughout Gamescom.