More details have come out about the setting of Call of Duty 2021 and the leaks suggest that it will take place in an alternate reality.
The setting is always of huge interest to Call of Duty fans, as it dictates everything that is in the game. Where the game is set changes what the story would be like, the characters, and most importantly, the weapons.
Call of Duty has previously had settings in the past, the present, and the future. However, this new Call of Duty game will take place in an alternate reality where a major world event went very differently.
Call of Duty 2021 Setting Revealed
Another new leak from Modern Warzone has revealed that the next game in the Call of Duty franchise will take place in an alternate reality. This is where historical events went differently to how they did in real life.
He previously revealed the working title for Call of Duty 2021 here. So be sure to read this first to get all of the details.
That leak included details about the setting of the game too. However, he has since posted an update with more information.
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He now confirms that the new Call of Duty game takes place in an alternate reality where World War II didn't end in 1945. Some of the game's cutscenes will take place in the 1950s so it could last for many years longer than in real life.
Some fans were worried that the new COD game could be too similar to older WWII titles. However, this alternate history will certainly provide a fresh take on a time period which many think has been overdone.
This information comes from a very reliable source, even if it hasn't been confirmed yet. Find out when the new COD game will officially be announced in Warzone here.
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