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May 02, 2016 05:34 AM EDT

'Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare' Trailer & Update: Facebook Messenger Code Game Cheats [VIDEO]

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The newest game, "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" is coming and Activision Blizzard has started the count down. The teaser trailer aims to include fans and would-be players by cracking a well-made Facebook messenger code game where it will unlock a new teaser.

In the first trailer, the Settlement Defense Front sends out a chilling message for those who oppose them. The teaser continues in the second trailer where the resistance movement Lt. Reyes, Naval Special Operations officer leads fans and players to their next clue. Players will need to go to the new Call of Duty CODMessenger Facebook page to crack the message.

To play the "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" Messenger code game, you need to private message the bot. Enter any message and it will prompt the bot to reply you a scripted message that will have you look for the access code to the SATO defense grid. The first part is a "G" and you are tasked to find 11 more parts. You can ask Lieutenant Reyes some clues and he will give some.

12-Digit Messenger Code Game Cheat Spoiler

To unlock the code, you need to find hidden letters and numbers around the Multiplayer Map of "Nuk3town" in "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3," a thread in Reddit said. Diligent players who are well-versed in the "Call of Duty" franchise were able to crack the code.

They discovered that the correct code was "GCNE3MD4GATF." When you send the code back to Reyes, he will say another clue that will be given to you at 1600 GMT or 0900 PT. Redditors say that this could be an official reveal trailer.

Activision's "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" is playable on both PS4 and Xbox One. There is no official word on the release date yet. Watch the teaser trailer of the "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" game below that prompts players to the Facebook Messenger Code Game:

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