Treyarch to keep Call of Duty in World War II?

Written by Joe Martin

October 17, 2008 | 10:49

Tags: #call-of-duty-5 #world-at-war

Companies: #infinity-ward #treyarch

With the Call of Duty franchise reaching new heights with the modern twist, it was strange that Treyarch would plunge the game back into the historic depths of the second World War. Still, many have assumed that this will be the last historically set Call of Duty game. It makes sense, right?

Well, according to Treyarch's Noah Heller, it can't be ruled out that future Treyarch games in the franchise will continue to be set in WWII.

"I can't say that there won't ever be a WWII Call of Duty game again." said Heller in an interview with CVG where he discussed the upcoming Call of Duty 5: World at War.

"People definitely haven't seen the final charge of the Red Army, people haven't seen what the fighting was like in Okinawa and I think it's definitely important to show those stories from a polished perspective rather than show some of the mopping up elsewhere in the world," continued Heller.

"If we had time we might have shown the end of the war from many different country's perspectives, and maybe that's a story still untold."

Hmm. Do we really need another WWII game, really? Can't we have a break first? Let us know what you think in the forums.
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