Just some video games news for today...dealing with Treyarch's recent teaser trailer release, which provided pretty interesting clues about the new game for the CoD franchise. Treyarch has released CoD titles to mixed feedback, and with IW more or less decimated (with the advent of Respawn Entertainment), would Activision depend on Treyarch to develop flagship CoD titles? Or could that go to Bungie, who recently signed on for Activision?
Anyway, here's the teaser trailer and it looks pretty interesting: not many shooters have been set in the Cold War era, with Battlefield: Vietnam and Shellshock being a couple that comes to my mind. The trailer's full of images and it is a bit hard to keep up with it at first.
Also, gamespot did a pretty extensive review of images to reveal tidbits on the settings involved in the game. It beats me how long they have spent scanning every single frame to spot the stuff they saw.
Apparently, the game is set in the Cold War as IW is currently suing Activision on CoD material after the Vietnam War. The news can be found here.
What do you guys think? Yay or nay?