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    New CoD 2016 Call of Duty: Space Warfare?


    News going around the all the gaming news websites suggest that this years Call of Duty is set in the "far distant future" one very good source that broke this news was @shinobi602 and has been very accurate in the past with other Call of Duty titles, however Infinity Ward and Activision have yet to confirm this rumor.



    Infinity Ward have already had a taste of space combat in their previous title Call of Duty: Ghosts, @shinobi602 has went on to say that the title will be “full on sci-fi”

    What does this mean for Call of Duty fans around the world? I for one will be very disappointed as I was hoping for a trip back in time to World War 1 or 2, Let us hear your thoughts below in the comments.

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