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The newest 'Call of Duty' game is returning to where the series started: World War II

Business Insider Friday, 21 April 2017 ()
The newest 'Call of Duty' game is returning to where the series started: World War IIEvery year, a new "Call of Duty" game comes out — it's an annual franchise, like "Madden" and "FIFA," except it's a first-person shooter instead of a sports game.

2017 is no different, and this year's "Call of Duty" is on the verge of being revealed. On Friday we found out one crucial detail about the unannounced game,...
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