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Revealed: Call of Duty: World at War
by Linford Butler

Following up their award-winning and critically acclaimed Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Activision have officially announced the newest game in their shooter franchise with a downloadable debut trailer.

Call of Duty: World at War is set to take the game back to its Second World War roots, and whilst some feel this is going back to square one, the trailer reveals that the game is shaping up nicely. However, this is going to feel like our fiftieth tour of the WW2 battlefield, even if it is set in the Pacific theatre. The game seems to centre around the American's struggle against the Japanese forces during the latter part of the Second World War. Rising Sun, anyone?

World at War is taking Call of Duty into the realms of adult gaming. The PlayStation Store gives the trailer alone an 18 certificate, and the video itself shows a much darker, ruthless and violent game than previous incarnations - the inclusion of flamethrowers, for instance.

All in all, World at War is looking to be a game that we must keep our eyes on. More as we get it. You can download the trailer and images below.


DOWNLOAD TRAILER (Right click, Save Target As...)

Quicktime for Mac

720p WMV for Windows, PS3 Compatible

MP4 for Ipod/PS3/PSP/MP4 Player


Call of Duty: World at War Album

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- Linford Butler

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