New Call of Duty has world War ii as a setting
The new installment in the Call of Duty series returns, as expected, back to the Second world War as a setting.
This is evident from a Friday night launched website for the game, which counts down to an unveiling on april 26.
On the page is the presumed name of the game, Call of Duty, WWII. Earlier leaked all promotional material for the game, including the cover of a special version of the game in which the invasion of the allies on the beaches of Normandy is depicted.
The next part in the series, probably in november, is being developed by Sledgehammer Games, which, together with studios Treyarch and Infinity Ward is responsible for the series. The three companies to create alternately a new part, so that each studio still has three years to his next game to finish.
Further details about the game are missing as yet. Publisher Activision had previously know that the play set return to its origins, both in terms of the setting as the gameplay.
The first couple of parts in the Call of Duty series had all the Second world War as a setting, but there came in 2007 change in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. The last year released Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare was characterised by a futuristic setting in space. The sales of them fell, however, against.