Sledgehammer Games, the developers who brought you Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare that was greeted with mixed review from the playerbase and are apart of the three year developer cycle for producing the Call Of Duty titles are starting the new year off in the biggest way they can.
This, of course, is teasing on Twitter what fans of the Call Of Duty franchise can expect to see be released once November rolls around. Though nothing much is shown in the teaser video featured below aside from gears moving the pad lock to showcase the numbers “2017”.
Check out the video below:
Though, according to a few Youtubers it seems that Sledgehammer is doing a complete 180 in terms of the era where their second Call Of Duty title will take place. As quite of few Call Of Duty personalities noted that if you were to change the digits of each number of the padlock to the previous number it’ll read “1906”.
If true, I personally will welcome this change as in my personal opinion the shooters that take place in the modern/future era is getting a bit stale after all of these years. However, if Sledgehammer Games decide to go through with a early 20th century shooter, it could face the same problem that Battlefield 1 is currently facing which is a lack of diverse options for weapons to choose from.
Regardless of whatever Sledgehammer Games has in stored for the Call Of Duty franchise this year, it’s pretty safe to say that we will get a real first look at the game once the NBA playoffs comes around late April/early May if history would repeat itself once again.
Are you looking forward to the next Call Of Duty title? If so, sound off below on what you wish to see Sledgehammer Games include in this installment of the long running franchise.
- This article was updated on March 8th, 2018