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Call of Duty 7 to span from WWII to present day?

Posted on Tuesday, March 30 2010 @ 17:42:39 CEST by

VG247 writes the next Call of Duty game may be called "Call of Duty: Black Ops". While the previous games in the CoD series focused on specific conflicts, the new Treyarch game may see a lot more variety, spanning from World War II to up to present day. Moreover, it's also reported that World at War's zombie mode will be included, as well as dedicated servers for it on the PC.
The report states the game, being developed by Treyarch, will take place in various times in history during the Cold War, from World War II to up to present day, with missions in Vietnam, Cuba, South America and even the infamous SAS mission during the Iranian embassy siege in London in April 1980.

It was previously suggested the game would only take place during the Vietnam War, with a release in November, which the report also says. It clashes with a date on an internal release list from retailer GAME, saying it’ll be out in October



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