This year's Call of Duty game, titled Advanced Warfare, has been officially announced by Activision after the reveal trailer was leaked online.
Developed by Sledgehammer Games, Advanced Warfare centres on a private military corporation headed by a villain portrayed by Kevin Spacey, which has turned on the United States.
A range of futuristic technology can be seen in action in the trailer, including hoverbikes, exoskeletons, and cloaking devices.
The game's teaser website includes hidden links to various websites about private military corporations, as well as a mini-documentary created by Sledgehammer Games and Vice magazine.
However, after the trailer was leaked, Activision have officially announced the game ahead of schedule. It's due for release on November 4, 2014.
Kevin Spacey came to prominence in the 1990s, earning Academy Awards for his roles in The Usual Suspects (1995) and American Beauty (1999). Currently, he plays Frank Underwood in the popular Netflix series House of Cards, a remake of a 1990 British TV show of the same name.
Sledgehammer is developing the 2014 entry in the annual franchise, which will be the first to make use of a three year development cycle. Previously, the Call of Duty series had seen annual releases with two years of development each, with Infinity Ward and Treyarch alternating on a yearly basis.