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Wednesday, 18 June 2008 00:42

COD 5: World at War goes back to WWII

Written by Muamer Odobasic


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First COD5 screenshot

 

It’s been widely discussed whether the next sequel in the COD series will be set in modern times or WWII. A couple of weeks ago a decision was made and we’re now sure that COD will indeed be set in the WWII era. Since then, forums have been bursting at the seams with discussions, and most users thinks this is a really bad move.

Noah Heller, one of the producers, claims that COD5: World at War will try to redefine the WWII genre and that they’ll try really hard to make this the best first person shooter ever to hit the market. However, if they don’t deliver on that promise, they might end up losing some long-time fans of this game.

Call of Duty: World at War should hit the market sometime around Xmas, and it will find its way to PCs, as well as the PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii platforms.

This is the first screenshoot from COD5

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