Mysterious crate exposure, Activision or more details of Call of Duty 17 will be released next week.

Media reported that Activision had delivered a mysterious military crate to Call of Duty 17 partners, but it was written not to open before midnight ET on August 10. Charlie Intel and several YouTube creators have now shared the contents of the supply box, one containing items related to the new season of Call of Duty: War Zone, and the other locked. Apparently, Activision plans to release more details about the new Work of Duty: Black Ops cold war on Monday.

Mysterious crate exposure, Activision or more details of Call of Duty 17 will be released next week.

‘The company will send out a mysterious number next Monday, so that you will know exactly what medicine is being sold in the gourd,’ Activision wrote in the note.

Mysterious crate exposure, Activision or more details of Call of Duty 17 will be released next week.

Call of Duty 17 is understood to have been developed by Treyarch and Raven Software, who have worked on Black Ops, and have previously been involved in the production of Modern Warfare 3 (2011), Ghosts (2013), Modern Warfare and Remake (2016).