Call of Duty 5 Details - Co-op Support

Computer and Video Games has details from OXM on the next Call of Duty game, which will not be called Call of Duty 5, but rather Call of Duty: World at War, a return to the World War II setting in the works at Treyarch Studios. Word is the game will center around the Pacific theatre, though Russia's advance on Berlin will also be depicted. There's also word that the military shooter sequel's use of the engine from CoD4 creates a grittier and scarier environment than previous CoD games, and a further blurb on Videogaming247 mentions target platforms as PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii (the version for the latter platform is being developed separately), and the hopeful news from both articles is the game will include cooperative multiplayer support. No release date is projected at this point. Thanks Voodoo Extreme.
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You could also have air combat in a WWI game, as well as a bit of tank and naval warfare.

Yeah, you could. You could also shoot yourself through the kneecaps to see if it really hurts and impedes movement.

Dude, seriously. WWI ain't much fun because everything is so slow and lacking punch. Even WWII feels painfully dated IMHO when you have one of those n00b weapons like an M1 or Lee Enfield and other slow shooting/reloading crap like that. There's so much they could do with modern settings (imaginative or real CT force, DEA, mercenary squads, any army in the world etc). WWI and II is lame by comparison.
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