The video game industry changes a lot and fast, but if something always stays the same, there will be a new Call of Duty. So far no official details have been shared about this year’s installment, but a new rumor suggests that it could be a game that leads to the Korean War
According to information from ModernWarzone, a recognized insider of this franchise, the next installment of Call of Duty will take us back to the 1950s. This means that it would have a campaign and a multiplayer set 30 years before Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, the latest installment in the series.
If you take a world history book, you will see that one of the most important armed conflicts of that decade was the Korean War. It is an armed conflict that took place from 1950 to 1953 on the Korean Peninsula. There the Republic of Korea (South Korea) had the support of the United States and other Western forces to fight against the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea); China and the Soviet Union.
Call of Duty 2021 will reportedly be set in the 1950s.
The Korean War started in 1950 so good chance it will be based around that.
— Okami Games (@Okami13_) February 15, 2021
FOR NOW IT’S JUST ANOTHER CALL OF DUTY RUMOR
However, it is important to note that, at the moment, Activision has not made any statement in this regard.
So, while the information comes from a source that knows a lot about Call of Duty , the information is not official. That is why we recommend that you have reservations with this and take the information with a grain of salt.
We’ll stay tuned and let you know when we learn more about the next installment of Call of Duty.
And to you, what did you think of this news? Are you excited about the possibility of the new Call of Duty being from the Korean War? Tell us in the comments.