This news was outed by retailer Target, who has issued pre-order cards (which can be seen below) with the date pegged as “11.13.12” as the game’s release.
While the pre-order cards only show the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions, it’s presumed that this will also be the date for the PC version of the game, too.
Black Ops 2 is, of course, slated to be officially revealed by Activision on May 1 during the NBA Playoffs.
Now that there’s no more guessing, what do you want to see in Black Ops 2? Do you want Treyarch to continue with Black Ops’ multiplayer or are you hoping they shake things up a bit?