Call of Duty 2017 Could Be Hidden Inside Sledgehammer’s Holiday Greetings

By   /   Jan 2, 2017
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Call of Duty 2017 should release sometime in November and its reveal is expected sometime before March 2017. Multiplayer portion, as usual, will be showcased at E3 but just like last year, it would be Sony that is going to lift the curtain.

Call of Duty 2017 has plenty of rumors and speculations surrounding it. We have to sit through such information for another month or so. However, something pretty interesting came up actually from an official source.

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Michael Condrey shared a holiday card from Sledgehammer Games. The card featured M1911 Pistol which has raised our curiosity.

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Why this is interesting you ask? Well, the weapon was used during World Ward 2 and Vietnam War and rumor has it that Sledgehammer is working on a Vietnam-based Call of Duty.

Sledgehammer Games was working on a Vietnam-based Call of Duty game that played like Uncharted. The game was known as “Fog of War.”

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However, the concept was scrapped in favor of Advanced Warfare.

Call of Duty 2017 is in development at Sledgehammer Games and we are hearing that they are bringing back Vietnam’s scrapped concept. Some may assume that Battlefield 1 may have something to do with Activision going back to in time, however, such decisions are made very early on.

The image could be teasing the setting for the next Call of Duty game. It would be very interesting to see a Vietnam-based COD this year, the series needs a major thematic change as the community is getting tired of the futuristic settings year after year.