New images and details have appar­ent­ly been leaked for Call of Duty: Van­guard. Dat­a­min­ing of the Sea­son 5 update for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and War­zone seems to con­tain files relat­ed to the next entry of the Call of Duty fran­chise. It has been rumored this next title is set in World War II, and that an upcom­ing open beta is like­ly on the horizon.

Of course, Activi­sion has tak­en swift action and issued DMCA take­downs of these leaks, but you might still be able to catch a few images of Call of Duty: Van­guard on social media plat­forms, like Twitter.

The dat­a­mined files point to Van­guard hav­ing three dif­fer­ent edi­tions, with some grant­i­ng ear­ly access to the open beta, dou­ble XP, and bat­tle tier bonus­es. There is also a cross-gen ver­sion, which is charg­ing an upgrade fee for play­ers want­i­ng to move to the next con­soles when they can final­ly migrate.

The full reveal is report­ed­ly set to hap­pen on August 19th, a mere six days away. It also seems that the offi­cial Twit­ter account for Call of Duty poked fun at these rumors and leaks, with a tweet that just says, “Incom­ing.”

Of course, this reveal comes at a time when Activi­sion Bliz­zard is deal­ing with the law­suit from the State of Cal­i­for­nia, an employ­ee walk­out, and even a share­hold­er law­suit. Sev­er­al high-pro­file depar­tures have hap­pened on Bliz­zard’s side, includ­ing Bliz­zard Pres­i­dent J. Allen Brack, glob­al human resources head Jesse Meschuck, and Dia­blo 4 direct Luis Bar­ri­ga, just to name a few.