A tweet from user @maximechao has revealed a giant Call of Duty: WWII poster hung in the St Lazare train station in Paris with a supposed release date of November 3. This matches the release date on a leaked poster two weeks ago. Call of Duty has traditionally released in November, but I did more research to see if we could learn anything from this release date. In WWII history, a few events occurred on November 3. US women and children evacuated Guam and other pacific islands. Japan launched an attack on North America using incendiary devices attached to 9,000 hydrogen balloons (300 made it to shore). The fact that could be most relevant is that November 3, 1941, is the date Japan decided to attack America Pearl Harbor. Could the next Call of Duty be set in the pacific theater of WWII? I’m sure we will find out Wednesday at 1pm EDT during the worldwide reveal.