Call of Duty 2017 Will Not Be Set In Future, According to New Teasers

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare launched at the end of 2016 and to be honest, it was not very successful. The trailer of CoD: Infinite Warfare is the second most disliked video on YouTube, with over 2.6 million dislikes. That’s because many of the fans don’t like the futuristic setting of the recent Call of Duty games. Last three Call of Duty titles were set in the future and the fans don’t seem to like the repetitive futuristic setting of the game. The fans want something different and it seems like the Call of Duty of 2017 is going to be just that.

Call of Duty 2017 Will Not Be Set In Future, According to New Teasers

Sledgehammer Games is hard-at-work on this year’s Call of Duty title. Not much is known about the next CoD game at the moment, but judging from the recent teasers from Sledgehammer Games, it looks like the next CoD is going to be set in the twentieth century.

On the first day of 2017, Sledgehammer Games posted this teaser video on their official Twitter profile:

As you can see in the above video by Sledgehammer Games, the old engine is counting down to 2017. This hints at the fact that the next Call of Duty game is not set in the future.

On top of the video, Michael Condrey, a developer at Sledgehammer Games, tweeted a photo that teases the upcoming Call of Duty game.

Call of Duty 2017 Will Not Be Set In Future, According to New Teasers

Teaser photo of the upcoming CoD game.

The teaser photo of Call of Duty 2017 shows a Colt M1911 pistol, which was manufactured in 1911 and still used to this day. The M1911 pistol was used by U.S soldiers as a standard sidearm in WWI, WWII, Korean War and in the Vietnam War. This is also a big hint on the fact that the next CoD is set in the past or present time, not in the future.


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