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There's a new preview of Call of Duty: World at War, the upcoming title from Treyarch, available at Strategy Informer. I found it interesting but also a little discouraging since the author pointed out that Treyarch hasn't met many of their goals yet, despite time and circumstance being in their favor. In any case, read the following excerpt, and see the entire article here.
When it comes to Call of Duty, Treyarch has never been the fan-favourite. Often accused of ruining the series whenever it is their turn to develop a Call of Duty title, they often have a lot of public pressure to go up against. Now itâ€™s Treyarchâ€™s time again, and you canâ€™t help but think that, this time, they kind of deserve the scepticism.
Where the fourth game re-energised the series by taking it out of World War II and into the modern era, Treyarch has taken a step backwards and set World at War once again in that lovable era. This may at first seem like a weird move to make, especially considering what they have to follow on from, but if you think about it, the effect that Modern Warfare had on the series can apply universally in any era.
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