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Call of Duty Teaser May Offer Hints of 2016's Rumored Infinite Warfare

The Nuk3town map got an update today that contains apparent references to this year's Call of Duty game from Infinity Ward.


Call of Duty: Black Ops III was updated today with a 24/7 Nuk3town playlist. But this isn't Nuk3town as you know it. At the end of every match, a massive ship appears in the sky, as well as a skull logo that appears to be teasing this year's Call of Duty game. Interestingly, the line "Nuketown Offline" can also be seen.

Check out some images below, which are pulled from streamer Swiftor's livestream today with NBA player Karl-Anthony Towns. Swiftor (real name Joseph Alminawi) and Towns appear to have been briefed on the announcement. At one point during the stream, Swiftor remarked that the hulking space vessel was bigger than a mothership. Towns added: "That ship was...big."

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You can see the teaser for yourself right now in Black Ops III. The 24/7 Nuk3town playlist runs all weekend, ending on Monday, May 2, at 10 AM PST.

According to rumors and reports, this year's Call of Duty game is titled Infinite Warfare. It is in development at Infinity Ward, the creator of the popular Modern Warfare series. It is also believed that Activision is working on a remaster of 2007's an-favorite entry Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.

Some reports have pointed to an official reveal for the game next week. GameSpot will bring you all the news about this year's Call of Duty game when it's announced.

The video below, from YouTube user George Nikolakakis, shows the new Black Ops III Nuk3town ending sequence and the teaser.

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