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Call of Duty: World at War is a first-person shooter video game under development by Treyarch and published by Activision for the Playstation 3, Wii, Windows, and Xbox 360. It is the fifth installment in the Call of Duty video game series, excluding expansion packs.It is scheduled to ship before the end of Activision's 2009 fiscal year.The game is set in the Pacific theater and Eastern front of World War II.

After various leaks and grubby magazine scans, we have here the first official screenshots of Call of Duty: World at War.

As you'd expect from the CoD series,there's plenty going on in them - buildings on fire, smoke and hazeeverywhere, and you even get a glimpse of the lethal-looking flamethrower in the WWII-set shooter.

And, running on the CoD 4 engine, it all looks very nice, too. Check out this huge preview for all the info, and take a look at this interviewwith senior producer Noah Heller and creative lead Rich Farrelly tofind out why Treyarch is confident it's latest effort will live up toCoD 4.

Oh, and there's a trailer right here too, in case you missed it.
It surprised precisely no one when Activision last month revealed plans for yet another game in the publisher's popular Call of Duty franchise, though until now details have been kept just beyond our line of sight. Now new scans lifted from the latest issue of the UK's Official Xbox Magazine have confirmed earlier rumors that the series' fifth installment, apparently dubbed Call of Duty: World at War,will be handled by developer Treyarch, and that the game's previouslyteased "new military theater" will again drop players behind enemylines in a battle for the Pacific during World War II.

Accordingto the article, Treyarch aims to "explore the darkest corners of WWII,"giving the military shooter more of a survival horror flavor by"tackling darker themes" and pitting players against a "new, seeminglyalien fighting force." Activision has yet to officially announce Call of Duty: World at War, though it seems clear that we'll be trading in our guided anti-tank missiles for submachine guns sooner than we'd like.

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