Sledgehammer Notes That Call Of Duty WW2 Will Be Biggest Game Yet
(Last Updated On: April 21, 2017)

Call of Duty is a series that comes out yearly and amasses millions of players. For some it means everything to them, and well, to others it is complete cancer. At one point more people gravitated to the former, especially during Call of Duty’s WW2 days — which the upcoming game is rumored to be exploring this time around. And speaking of the upcoming version, the devs note that it will be the “biggest game” Call of Duty game they’ve made yet.

According to publication site GameRant who picked up on an update post that Activision listed on its main community site, the upcoming Call of Duty is supposedly going to be “bigger” this time around. Obviously this is just typical talk to get people to spread the buzz around about the new title, but it seems that Sledgehammer (the ones working on the new CoD) actually needs a bigger crew of new devs to help make the game, since the studio has reportedly been expanded.

The publication site notes that instead of Sledgehammer simply giving more room to the employees, the expansion of the building will supposedly help the developers with its “dynamic” feel for more creative space.

Although I’m not excited for this new CoD, especially after Infinite Warfare, it seems that a lot of fans believe that it could return CoD back to its “glory days”. Whether you believe that or not, it’s for a fact that Sledgehammer believes that the upcoming CoD will be the biggest game that they’ve made:

“This year, we will release our biggest game-making project to date. We are extremely excited to reveal it to the world and to you, our HammerHeads. With an incredible team of talented developers and hard-working innovators, all that’s left in the equation is a workspace that matches the level of excellence that Hammers strive towards.”

It’s best to wait for an actual gameplay trailer or reveal that doesn’t show CGI scenes but actual gameplay elements and other core features to determine whether or not the game is something worth looking into or not.

The upcoming Call of Duty game has no release date or platform announcement as of now.


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  • Gaijin-

    I’ve never cared for the setting as long as the game mechanics and especially the campaign are good.

    As much as people complain about Infinite Warfare, I found the campaign to be way better than Ghosts, Advanced, and Black Ops 3 (perhaps the bar was not set too high to begin with, though). In particular the space dogfight missions felt like a step in the right direction.

    Now Activision wants to go back to WWII? Fine by me, as long as we get a proper campaign.

  • Gaijin-

    I’ve never cared for the setting as long as the game mechanics and especially the campaign are good.

    As much as people complain about Infinite Warfare, I found the campaign to be way better than Ghosts, Advanced, and Black Ops 3 (perhaps the bar was not set too high to begin with, though). In particular the space dogfight missions felt like a step in the right direction.

    Now Activision wants to go back to WWII? Fine by me, as long as we get a proper campaign.

  • fnd

    Truth be told, the very first call of duty game is the shortest fps in the series when it comes to lenght (not counting the expansion pack). Here’s hoping they release an ww2 fps where you play as the good goys :^)

  • MONAD

    I dunno. I’m kinda willing to give them the benefit of the doubt here. If they’re actually willing to listen to fans this time.

    I’m actually surprised that Call of Duty hasn’t ventured into the Alternate Timeline sphere of storytelling. If they started doing that instead of attempting to make things hyper realistic all the goddamn time, I think it could revitalize interest in the franchise. I mean, you could keep the realism grounded with the look and feel of the weapons, but shit, man. Go crazy with the story telling element. Not everything has to be based in a real event.

    • This is what gets me about AAA games these days… they’re so darn stilted. Like, why are they so ridiculously bent on recycling the same thing over and over again?

      • GuyGuysonEsquire

        Not easy to make actual new games while recycling old content and appeasing the producers.

    • mikebrand83

      Call of Duty: Red Alert.

      Hell, I’d definitely be willing to give that a go.

  • Salt Miner

    Let us not forget how the cucks over at SH bent over for Anita Sarkeesian’s “representation” of CGI female models in video games back in late 2015. Fuck ’em. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/57ef5b348543978b69fc1628f9bc2b652c1366b900487159518d3accb0f8389c.jpg

    • Gozu Tennoh

      That completely slipped by me. What cucks they must be.

  • durka durka

    biggest flop yet they mean.

    • Kyle Haddad

      Yeah. I was about to say “that’s what they say every year”