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Activision Confirms Treyarch’s Call Of Duty In 2015

Posted February 12, 2015 by Bunneh3000 in News
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Activision is most assuredly sitting upon one of the biggest piles of cash that the gaming industry has ever seen. The Call of Duty franchise has routinely set records (and the figurative bar) for FPS games since the stunning debut of the Modern Warfare franchise back in 2007. I suppose a part of the appeal back then was a departure from the market’s seemingly oversaturated status of World War II games back in the day. In fact, Call of Duty began as a franchise anchored in the World War II conflict for at least 3 full sequels. Now, Treyarch is looking to bring it on back to the franchise’s origin…maybe

Recently, Activision has promised to deliver one Call of Duty game a year spanning the efforts of three different developers. Sledgehammer Games delivered Advanced Warfare last year and managed to deliver an effort that has brought many CoD doubters back to the fold after the fiasco known as Ghosts by Infinity Ward. Treyarch, masterminds of the Black Ops and World At War versions of CoD, are up to bat this year and many CoD faithful feel as if the theme may be World War II again.

Back in December, many fans took a quote and link to heart when there was a reference made to the attacks on Pearl Harbor. While this is far from confirmation of the theme for the new CoD, fanboys are fast to photoshop fake cover art and trailers to further drum up the fever. One thing is for sure. More official news probably won’t be announced until the May timeframe so sit tight. The originators of CoD Zombies probably have a few more tricks up their sleeve!

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