The poster you see in the image below is claimed to be a retailer promo for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.
Kotaku received the shot from "a retail source", showing a teaser poster that lacks a game title but has clear nods to Black Ops and a May 2 date that seemingly points to a reveal.
The single-player plot in Treyarch's 2010 title focused on a debriefing during which the player would relive key moments in the interview, uncovering a conspiracy as they progressed.
The image further supports multiple claims that this year's CoD title will be a sequel to Black Ops - and the first direct sequel from developer Treyarch.
Activision declined to comment on the image.
Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg has previously said of this year's Call of Duty: "This year we expect to further expand our presence with the launch of an all-new epic first-person shooter title under the Call of Duty brand. From what we've seen to date, the game already looks fantastic and will bring meaningful innovations to the franchise."
If you're interested in what's next for the Call of Duty series, you might want to check out the Future of Call of Duty feature we published on the site earlier this month.