Telephone of Duty will be set in World War Two and could tolerate players to get involved in a shootout on the Stone of Gibraltar.
Sledgehammer Games is preparing to announce details of the new game tomorrow as Espana and the UK argue about ownership of the Rock’n’roll.
Sledgehammer Amusement confirmed that Call of Work would be set in World War Two on Instagram atop of the weekend
Co-founder Michael Condrey yesterday expose in front of the iconic natural awe to tease gamers about the approaching release.
Few details about the merriment have been made at one’s disposal, although its setting was leaked sooner this year.
According to Condrey, all faculty be revealed in a worldwide announcement on Wed.
Call of Duty World War Two tease reveals Rock of Gibraltar backdrop
Sledgehammer Games co-founder Archangel Condrey poses in front of the Stone of Gibraltar in cryptic Twitter picture
An iconic judgment of the Rock looking from the top northward toward Espana with the Mediterranean Sea to the east
Carry on month, artwork including a advertisement and game covers appeared to admit details of the new shoot ’em up.
Phone of Duty’s 2015 release: Vast Warfare failed to grip the masses, and firm Activision said that its 2017 free would “take Call of Duty backrest to its roots”.
And rumours of a historical setting have been overabundant ever since.
Previous “leaks” advisable that it could be set during the Annam War.
Leaked promotional material present soldiers during World War Two