Take-Two is seemingly building up to a reveal of its rebranded XCOM shooter on April 26.
The tip comes from yet another teaser trailer, which clearly points to some kind of announcement on that date.
The video - titled 'What Happened in 62' - shows a boy on a bike before he stops to stare at something in the sky. A slight flicker of the screen then reveals, on the right side of the frame, text reading "APR 26" and "2K".
The video is accompanied by the following blurb: "When we covered things up, no one knew what happened. But that's not right. People need to know the truth. The truth cannot be contained much longer."
The trailer is from the same source as a previous teaser video, which was titled 'Russian Meteor Lies'.
Take-Two recently removed the XCOM shooter's official site and two trailers were set to private on YouTube.
The release of the 2K Marin-developed title has been in question after it suffered a string of delays since its announcement in 2010.
It is widely speculated that the game has undergone a significant rebranding and will be revealed in its new guise in the coming days.
Along with previous teasers, Take-Two has also registered domains for thebureau-game.com and thebureau-game.net.
Expect more on April 26.