Sledgehammer Was Once Working on a Call of Duty Title Set in Vietnam

By   /   Jun 24, 2014

Before deciding to set their game in the future with Advanced Warfare, Sledgehammer Games was working on a Vietnam Call of duty title. However, compared to its predecessors, this title was being developed with a more darker tone.

A bunch of concept art from designer Eddie Del Rio reveals what could had seen Call of Duty venture in the past again. These three concept arts were made for the Vietnam demo in 2009.

One illustration shows a cashing cargo plane, the second shows a detained American soldier about to be beheaded and the last a Cambodian village.

Eddie Del Rio’s previous works include Star Citizen, the new Godzilla movie and several LucasFilm projects.

Somewhere along the way, Sledgehammer eventually decided against the title and instead steered into a futuristic and technologically advanced direction.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is set to release this fall for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC.

via IGN

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