Rumours contend that this year’s installment of Call of Duty, grown by Infinity Ward, will be “full on sci-fi” with space fight – and will not be a supplement to a same developer’s Call of Duty: Ghosts.
On NeoGAF, proven attention insider, shinobi602 has pronounced that a new game’s destiny environment “makes Black Ops 3 feel like a mill age”. When asked if he meant a diversion would be in a character of Battlefield 2142, he simply replied: “Very distant future. Space Combat. Full on sci-fi.”
Eurogamer followed adult a story by observant that it had exclusively listened identical details, adding that it will not be a approach supplement to Infinity Ward’s final game, Ghosts.
Shinobi formerly rightly announced that Black Ops 3 would underline wall-running, characters with robotic limbs and cybernatics, and be grown for Xbox 360 and PS3 by a second studio.
The proclamation of a subsequent Call of Duty has been confirmed for E3 this year, notwithstanding Activision not carrying an central counter during a show.
2016’s Call of Duty will be released in Q4 of this year, and is approaching to launch on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
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