The Call of Duty series reportedly dates back to World War II in 2021. The next game in the series, this developed by Call of Duty: WWII studio Sledgehammer Games, reportedly has the title Duty calls: SECOND WORLD WAR vanguard and will once again have ties to War zone, the free to play Call of Duty Battle Royale game that was launched with Call of Duty Modern Warfare.
The Call of Duty website Modern Warzone first reported on these details, many of which were later backed up by Eurogamer. A controversial detail is Call of Duty: WWII vanguardits time frame, which Modern Warzone suggested would take place in the 1
Sledgehammer Games developed the 2017s Call of Duty: WWII, the first Call of Duty game that was primarily set up during that conflict since 2008 The world at war. Sledgehammer founders Glen Schofield and Michael Condrey have since moved on from the studio to form Striking Distance Studios at Krafton and 31st Union at 2K, respectively.
Publisher Activision has not officially announced this year’s Call of Duty listing, except to say that it has “another strong premium release scheduled for Q4 2021.”