All About Call Of Duty 2017

Call of Duty World war 2, Activision

Its neither Infinite Wars nor Treyarch, the upcoming chapter of almighty Call of Duty is developed by Sledgehammer Games who developed 2014’s Call of Duty: Advance Warfare. According to recent article by Tom Philips at Eurogamer, the 2017 Call of Duty is named as ‘Call of Duty: WW2”. The earliest rumours about 2017’s Call of Duty came in place a week back when a YouTube Channel named “TheFamilyVideoGamers” showed leaked images (with mostly depicting Normandy Invasion or D-Day) of next Call of Duty which they received from unknown resources. However, it’s not proven yet that the leaked images were actual images from upcoming COD or mere artwork. On the other hand, the leaked images are received from the same source which revealed about Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare last year. Prior to this leak, during the last quarter of 2016, a very common rumour about next COD game was that it will be based on Vietnam War.

 

Dislikes on COD trailer

 

When the entire market was dominated by Electronic Arts’ Battlefield 1 back in 2016 and the official trailer (published on May 2nd 2016) of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare suffered more than 3 million dislikes on YouTube, the fall of Infinite War was pretty inevitable. Interestingly, back in February, Activision bluntly told investors that Infinite Warfare, “didn’t resonate” with fans and the franchise would like to return to its root for the next chapter of the series.

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World War 2 has ended almost 72 years ago with the fall (or might be the escape, cause the researches are still going on) of third Reich, but it remains the deadliest battle fought on Earth. More than 100 movies and iconic video games based on World War 2 have been released since then, in that scenario Activision’s returning to its root clearly suggests just another World War 2 game?? Certainly not; Activision holds an expertise in making WW2 games. COD 1, 2 and World At War are some of the iconic fps games that Activision gave to us; prior to Call of Duty series, Activision published Wolfenstein: Return to Castle and Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, which were again very popular WW2 based games.

SledgeHammer Games for COD 2017

The Call of Duty series is arguably the most popular first person shooter video game series of all time. The recent chapter i.e. Infinite Warfare might not be so impressive, but the Call of Duty is the prominent reason for many of us to love fps games.