Activision Blizzard has let slip word that it is working on Call of Duty 5 and Guitar Hero IV, GamesIndustry.biz reports.

A fact sheet on the freshly launched website unveiled the projects, which appear in the Activision "pipeline" summary.

It also talks of new Tony Hawk and James Bond games, as well as titles based on the Marvel and DreamWorks licences. Its new Bizarre Creations racing game was listed, too.

An Activision spokesperson declined to comment on it all, although it is unlikely any will come as a surprise given the success of the franchises involved.

Those with your head in the sand should know Vivendi and Activision will be merging forces in a multi-billion dollar deal to be completed in the middle of 2008.

Other than its name change to Activision Blizzard, so far little looks set to change. We will keep you posted as news hits our chops.

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