Call of Duty 7 Release Date “Confirmed” as November 2010

January 7, 2010 by Andy Giff  

The next game in the Call Of Duty series is being developed by Treyarch and is expected to be set in Vietnam

The next game in the Call Of Duty series is being developed by Treyarch and is expected to be set in Vietnam

CVG today “confirmed” that Call of Duty 7 will be released in November 2010. They also “confirmed” the rumour that the game will be set during the Vietnam war.

CVG acquired this information from a “senior UK trade source”, who confirmed that the Call of Duty series will continue the trend of releasing a game every holiday season.

It had long been rumoured that Treyarch would follow in the footsteps of Infinity Ward in taking the departure from the exhausted World War 2 setting, and the most obvious step to take would be to go to the controversial Vietnam War fought in the 1960’s.

The game is said to take influence from classic movies such as “Apocalypse Now” and “Platoon”. Activision has yet to make a comment on this.

Comments

3 Comments on "Call of Duty 7 Release Date “Confirmed” as November 2010"

  1. Susan Taylor on Thu, 7th Jan 2010 11:11 pm 

    It’s going to be weird no longer associating the “Call of Duty” franchise with World War II, but I guess change is necessary to keep up with their sister competition.

  2. Andy Giff on Thu, 7th Jan 2010 11:50 pm 

    Yeah, that’s kind of what it’s always been.

    People are just getting tired of it though (understandable given that there have been around 16 billion WW2 games)

  3. Jeff Barker on Fri, 8th Jan 2010 11:36 am 

    I don’t think the world is gonna be ready for another CoD game after MW2…I know for a fact that I will never need to play another FPS game for the rest of my life. Fact.

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