Call of Duty: World at War hits shelves!

By GN Published November 11, 2008 at 12:21 pm
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World renowned shooter series Call of Duty has released its sixth extension of the game, 11/11/2008.  World at War, as the newest edition is called, is set back in the games roots - WW II.  The game is developed by Treyarch games, which leapfrogs with Infinity Ward every other title.  If you've liked any of the past CoD games, you might want to know which ones Treyarch made, and that can be found here:

Call of Duty 2: Big Red One
Call of Duty 3
Call of Duty: World at War

Infinity Ward, Activision's other Call of Duty developer, became wildly popular for their big hit, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, where the series took their first huge leap into the modern world, leaving the days of WW II behind them.  Infinity Ward is said to be working on a sci-fi shooter, however it is not confirmed whether or not this sci-fi FPS will boast the Call of Duty prefix or not.  An insider at Infinity Ward reportedly said: ""we are currently working on a new sci-fi title, we cannot release any more information as of yet, we may or may not announce it at E3."  What does this mean?  Either CoD6 is going Starship Troopers on us, or we're about to get a new series from IW.  

Back to the topic though, Call of Duty: World at War ships with a special M1A1 and accelerated experience (online) for those who pre-order/buy the first day.  Check out the game at www.CallofDuty.com, and see our review which will be published by 11/13/2008.  The game is standard $50 for regular edition, but an additional $20 (total of $69.99) for the collector's edition - no thanks.

Last modified on November 11, 2008 at 12:21 pm

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