Recently we reported on a rumour that saw Activision's longrunning blockbuster series Call of Duty returning to its World War II roots. The most recent game in the series set during that period was released back in 2008, Call of Duty: World at War. Now further sources have confirmed that the new game is indeed a return to World War II.
Through the alleged first images shown from Youtube channel The Family Video Gamers, we also discovered which the name of the next game will be Call of Duty: WWII. Currently, Activision hasn't confirmed or denied any leak about this new title, but co-founder of Sledgehammer Games (who are set to create this year's Call of Duty), Michael Condrey, had already expressed his interest in developing a World War II game as far back as in late 2014. On that occasion, Condrey stated:
"A next generation game with the latest production values and robustness in a World War 2 setting like Band of Brothers would be amazing".
Next fall will be very promising and busy for Activision fans, as just few hours ago Bungie officially revealed Destiny 2.