New James Bond game reveal this month

Is it GoldenEye Reloaded?

A new James Bond game will be announced at Comic-Con this month.

Megapublisher Activision's invitation to the show, received by Kotaku, teases a "new 007 game".

But what is it?

Is it GoldenEye Reloaded, a trademark for which was registered by Activision last month?

A port of last year's Eurocom-developed Wii shooter GoldenEye 007 seems a likely bet.

Or perhaps it's Singularity creator Raven Software's stealth James Bond game, footage of which leaked earlier this year.

Activision's last PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 James Bond game was 007: Blood Stone, which turned out to be Bizarre Creations' final game.

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