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Call of Duty 2014 to bring fans to ?A New Era? on May 4

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Call of Duty 2014 will bring fans to ?A New Era? on May 4.

Sledgehammer Games official Twitter account ?@SHGames confirmed what the rumorland is talking about ?#ANewEra of @CallofDuty arrives May 4th.?

One of the most interesting things on the teaser page would be how it is linked to titles ?Mercenaries and Private Military Contractors? and ?The Private Military Contractor Industry is Reinventing Itself After the Demise of Blackwater? which could mean lots of Private Military exposure on the new era of Call of Duty 2014.

The latest report is Activision has teamed up with Vice to give player and game fans more details via a video primer on private military corporations, and how warfare has evolved over the years, and other things to expect from this year?s next-gen-first development by Sledgehammer Games.

Published on May 1 on YouTube, was a teaser about the private military corporations. The statement that comes with the video-teaser reads:

?In the last 20 years, global combat has seen a steady shift towards the use of private military corporations, or PMCs. What happens when the highest bidder becomes the world’s next superpower?

A new era arrives for Call of Duty. See the world reveal on 5.4.14.?

It could be remembered that a few days ago, Sledgehammer Games had revealed a teaser on their official website for the upcoming Call of Duty which read ?Call of Duty Coming Soon? that added excitement and thrill to game fans.

Glen Schofield and Michael Condrey, founders of Sledgehammer Games wrote in a letter to fans, ?Having the honor of developing the new, next generation of Call of Duty is a developer?s dream come true. All of us here at Sledgehammer Games have a shared vision to create the best work of our lives. The next Call of Duty represents a new era for this amazing franchise, and we look forward to sharing what we have been working on.?

Call of Duty is a first-person shooter video game developed by Infinity Ward and published by Activision in 2003.

(Photo courtesy of https://twitter.com/CallofDuty)

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