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"A lot of first-person shooter (FPS) fans are excited about the upcoming game, 'Battlefield 1' due to its concept — that instead of moving forward to feature modern warfare, they went back in time specifically during World War I. Interestingly, the 'Call of Duty' franchise ...", www.vinereport.com
"Developer Vicarious Visions offered Activision a prototype involving a Call of Duty game set in the Ancient Rome. Someone at the American publisher fell in love with this prototype and even showed it to the boss, Bobby Kotick, who looked interested as", www.gamepur.com
"A new report reveals that Activision considered making Call of Duty: Roman Wars for the PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The game would have mixed first and third-person combat in ancient Rome, but it never got past the prototype stage.", www.windowscentral.com
"Activision's Call of Duty franchise, despite being split into two relatively distinct branches—the future and the past—is very deeply rooted on a familiar premise: Guys with guns shooting at other guys with guns. But as GamesRadar reports, there was a time when Activision toyed with bolder visions for its famous military FPS, including a Call of Duty game set in ancient Rome.", www.pcgamer.com
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