Call of Duty 2017: Return to its Roots Activision’s Biggest Game

Call of Duty 2017: Return to its Roots Activision’s Biggest Game

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Activision has dropped the biggest Hint for their Fans, With rumors speculation the Internet about the next installment of the Call of Duty Series, it seems Activision decided to finally drop the hint the rumors are true. Call of Duty will return to its roots in WW2 era. Call of Duty 2017: Return to its Roots Activision’s Biggest Game

source: dailystar.co.uk

A new promotional poster has appeared online for Call of Duty: WW2, which also features a November 3 release date. 

With November 3 falling on a Friday, the release date is completely plausible, especially based on the release dates for past Call of Duty games.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare launched on Friday, November 4, while Black Ops 3 made its debut on Friday, November 6.

In addition, the leaked poster also claims that Sony’s PS4 will maintain exclusivity over Xbox One and PC, with players able to play the DLC first on PS4 for 30 days, evidanced by a section that reads:

“PlayStation® Exclusive — Play DLC Map Packs 30 Days Early.”

Users on Reddit were quick to make comparisons of this new leaked poster to the original leaked artwork from a few weeks back (below) and for the most part the community believe the two are legit

Interestingly, this wording can be traced all the way back to an Activision leak from November 2015, which suggested that Call of Duty 2017’s codename was ‘Call of Duty Stronghold.’

It’s already been confirmed by Activision that Sledgehammer Games will be in charge of this year’s new Call of Duty release. and studio co-founder Michael Condrey has come out and openly said that the game “goes boots on the ground / back to its roots” in a message on Twitter.         

They have also suggested that the game will “go back to its roots”, however, the same was also said of Infinite Warfare.       

Thankfully, Sledgehammer Games studio co-founder Michael Condrey has come out and openly said that the game “goes boots on the ground / back to its roots” in a message on Twitter.

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