Images have emerged of the canceled Call of Duty game, known as Future Warfare. Call of Duty: Future Warfare It was originally scheduled to be released instead of Call of Duty: Ghosts in 2013, but was ultimately destroyed.
Call of Duty: Future Warfare was the first game in the series to be set entirely in the future. Neversoft, the studio behind the Tony Hawk's Pro Skater games, was responsible for the game. In the short videos below you'll find footage of both single player and multiplayer.
Both videos reach us via Twitter. The first displays the names of several single-player missions, before showing a mission on the moon. The second video shows some multiplayer footage.
It is not known whether the images were published with permission from Activision. If the publisher is not notified, the videos will likely go offline again soon. So don't wait too long to watch.
Would you play this game? Looks pretty cool, doesn't it?
Damn it, NX1. pic.twitter.com/KDPh6pwHxn
-Josh H. (@mangafigurines) January 27, 2024
— Internet Crush (@catgurlfriend) January 28, 2024
If the tweets disappear, you'll also find single-player footage via YouTube below.
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