Gaming news round-up: November 7

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 should be on sale in the lower 48 part of the US by now. But the game isn't the only title making news today. It's news round up time:

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 pre-order predictions - Lazard Capital Markets analyst Atul Bagga has predicted that Activision's first person shooter has already generated nine million units in pre-order sales before the game's scheduled release today.

BioWare's new game teased - A concept image has been released that served as a teaser image for BioWare's next game, which will be revealed officially on December 10.

Next Alan Wake game teased - The next game in Remedy's Xbox 360 exclusive action-adventure game has released its first screenshot with more info coming, as with the BioWare game, on December 10.

Trouble for Titan? - A new rumor claims that Blizzard has laid off John Staats, the senior level designer for Titan, the code name for Blizzard's upcoming second MMO game (the first being, of course, World of Warcraft).

Battlefield 3 gets flack from PETA - PETA of Germany has slammed a scene in EA's recent first person shooter that depicts a soldier killing a rat with a combat knife.

Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon coming to PC - The wild, over the top sci-fi third person shooter will be released for the PC platform sometime this holiday season.

Rochard coming to PC next week - Recoil Games' PSN side-scrolling puzzle game will be released for the PC starting on November 15.

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