Sledgehammer Games promises big surprises coming for Call of Duty: WWII
In a recent exchange of Tweet, Michael Condrey (Co-founder of Sledgehammer Games) responded to the YouTuber Ali-A, who thanked the CEO of the company to have received a package containing various promotional materials, including a vest with the logo of studio.
In recent weeks we’ve come to talk about Call of Duty, the next chapter ready to be unveiled with an output by the end of 2017. It is rumored much on a Call of Duty WWII, that for now is rumored to be the working title in development by Sledgehammer Games, for a return to the past that would not have too much of sensation that saw the “discontent” from fans about the new environments in a futuristic sci-fi gameplay.
Recently the YouTuber Ali-A has exchanged some tweets with the official profile of Sledgehammer Games, pushing hard on the team’s plans for Call of Duty in 2017. It was quickly responded by Michael Condrey, CEO and co-founder of Sledgehammer Games, who has not ruled out “surprises” for the new Call of Duty.
Condrey congratulated Ali-A for his work and took the opportunity to remind him that soon there will be big surprises coming for fans of Call of Duty, but unfortunately it is not possible to disclose further details about it. You can check the tweet at the end of this article.
In the past weeks there have been leaked on the web some posters, cases and images of Call of Duty WWII, but Activision has not yet officially announced the new episode of the series.
— Michael Condrey (@MichaelCondrey) March 31, 2017