CoD7 Shipping Out To 'Nam In November No Modern Warfaire 3?

Written Thursday, January 07, 2010 by Richard Walker

The Vietnam War was one of the most reprehensible wars in modern history, but gave us a whole catalogue of great movies and a handful of truly terrible games (Shellshock, anyone?).
Here's hoping that Treyarch can buck the trend for hideous games based upon the late 60s conflict having been handed development duties for the seventh instalment in the Call of Duty series, which will be heading off to 'Nam.
A senior UK trade source told CVG that the game will be arriving in November and is currently on course for a pre-festive season release, "just as with World At War and Modern Warfare 2.
"Activision believes that it can own Christmas again, just as it has in the last two years," the source added.
If anyone can do the Vietnam war justice, Treyarch certainly has a very good chance. Colour us intrigued by CoD's potential new direction, but we'll chalk this up as pure rumour until Activision of officially announce something. Stay tuned.


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