Strap on your combat boots, shoulder up that automatic rifle and head for the trenches - that's right, Call of Duty is returning to its roots.
CoD devotees looked on in envy when the Battlefield camp enjoyed an authentic romp through World War I territory, while they were stuck stargazing in zero gravity. Infinite Warfare’s below-par sales figures reflected the fans’ disappointment but it appears their discontent hasn’t fallen upon deaf ears at Activision.
Recently, leaked promotional imagery for the 2017 instalment of the annual first-person shooter (if it is all indeed, true) suggests Activision are ditching the futuristic setting and plotting a course back to the franchise's point of origin: The trenches of World War II.
Since the alleged box artwork broke cover, the internet has been abuzz with rumours about CoD’s return to the territory it once ruled with an iron fist, and the juicy details continue to trickle through.
As Activision gears up to officially announce the game, here are 10 things about the World War II-era CoD that you’re not supposed to know yet.