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And honestly, I'd take this info not with a grain of salt, but a full horse-level salt lick. Firstly, because the article highlighting the video -- which I'll get to in a second -- is poorly written and constructed, but speaks in authoritative tone is alarm bells ringing at 11. The video they report on, however, is an even bigger mess with the presenter suggesting this person and that has contacted him in relation for the next Call of Duty game, which is allegedly set between Cold War and Vietnam Conflict eras (*cough* already been done *cough*), and that it was 'saved' by Treyarch due to Sledgehammer Games and Raven Software having differing opinions on how the game will take shape.

And all of this is fraught with inconsistency in even anecdotal information.

The only sound information that comes packaged with this, is that one source for the content is a Kotaku article, though that too seems to be swimming in 'maybes' and was also published last year in May, well ahead of the release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare which, since release, has taken on a seasonal DLC approach not too unlike its company brethren Overwatch, or *kind of* competitor in Rainbow Six Siege. The reality is, since the departure of Dead Space co-creator and Sledgehammer co-founder, Michael Condrey, who manages the next entry has been an up-in-the-air question, while the separation of Bungie and Activision around Destiny has also crafted unique business model situations only truly known by the higher-ups in their four walls.

If the information surrounding Cold War and Vietnam Conflict era content is true, and running off the back of the current success of the Modern Warfare reboot can lead us down a garden path, it would be to an original Black Ops reboot not too dissimilar to what we got last year, only running on the new engine and featuring a similar post-release model. But, that's us at a stretch. A new game covering already trodden ground just seems -- and sounds -- ludicrous, but, this is Bobby's Acti, so you never know.

A giant salt lick.

And now this...

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