Call of Duty 7 Rumours
As we only begin to catch our breaths after engaging in some mind blowing modern warfare, Treyarch are already hard at work preparing for the next Call of Duty release to follow the immense experience that was Modern Warfare 2. Although many will be disappointed by the absence of Infinity Ward in favour of CoD 3 and CoD: WaW developer, Treyarch, it is impossible not to get excited by the prospect of another Call of Duty game on the way, especially seeing as rumours suggest that we are saying goodbye to both World War II and the near future, and are saying hello to a new setting and war entirely.
As you may have guessed, it is being said that we are going to be called to duty in Vietnam during the massive war which took place from 1959 to 1975 this time. This means it’s looking as though we are now going to be exploring the world of warfare in a time somewhere between the settings of the previous CoD s, doubtlessly in an incredibly violent and action-packed thrill ride. The war certainly left a strong mark in history and included many atrocities, which will give Treyarch numerous opportunities to strike us with something both controversial and poignant (not that I think the events of Modern Warfare 2’s ‘No Russian’ mission can be beat). It is also being said that Activision, who acquired Treyarch in 2001, have been looking into gaining the rights for some rock music from the Vietnam war era.
So the whole thing remains in a clouded state of rumour at the moment, and nothing has been confirmed. However, giving the record of the last two years, it seems definite that we will be seeing a Call of Duty release this November, and all evidence is pointing towards Treyarch’s Vietnam set one. I’m sure we’re all looking forward to it already!