Gamers have been swapping rumors about Call of Duty’s next move like giggly high school girls do potential prom dates. Now they have something solid to grasp on to — not only a title but a release date. As expected, the game will be called Call of Duty: Black Ops II, and as most people kinda thought, it will be headed out a little before Thanksgiving.

According to shots of store pre-order cards obtained by IGN, the game is due out November 13th. The cards say the game will hit the Xbox 360 and PS3, but there’s no pre-order card in sight for the Wii U. Granted, even if it does come out on the Wii U, we can’t see it doing too well because ever since the series got super popular, the other systems have been the go-to places for Call of Duty action.

Maybe Activision will drop some more news tomorrow night, when the game will be announced during the NBA playoffs. We wonder, like, what it will wear and how it will do its hair. And whether or not it was totally talking to those other girls in the hallway when it told us it had soccer practice.