It’s been a busy night for big game franchise leaks, with news of this year’s Call of Duty entry dropping, as well as info on a sequel to Tom Clancy’s The Division.

News of the latter – to be called Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 – came in German, via a leaked press release from business website 4 Traders. The missive from Julian Gerighty, the creative director at Massive Entertainment, details their reasons for concocting a sequel rather than adding to the original.

“When we released our game in 2016, it was clear to us that it was just the opening chapter of a much bigger saga.

The development of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is being led by Massive Entertainment, in collaboration with Ubisoft Annecy, Redstorm, Reflections, Ubisoft Bucharest and Ubisoft Shanghai. It will be based on an updated version of the Snowdrop Engine. No release date has been mentioned as yet.

Players of the current iteration of The Division aren’t being left out in the cold, however, with two more “Global Event” updates promised, as well as more “Legendary” difficulty missions and an Xbox One X update to 4K.

Meanwhile, from the other side of the battlefield comes news of Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII. Yep, forget those newfangled Roman numerals, they’re keeping it, erm, real? This news was also dropped seemingly unintentionally to begin with, as basketball star James Harden rocked a cap with the “IIII” logo in classic BlOps style during an appearance on ESPN. It was either a clever way to leak the news and generate “buzz”, or a reminder to companies that letting out merch for unannounced games is kind of a dumb thing to do.

Following last year’s Call of Duty: WWII, we’ll be going back to the future with this one. We’ll know a lot more after the big reveal on May 17, and even more when we get to play it earlier than usual for CoD titles, with the release date set for October 12.