It’s looking more and more likely the “Call of Duty IN SPACE” hints that Infinity Ward’s Mark Rubin teased back in 2013 will directly influence this Fall’s Call of Duty 2016.
Three years ago, Rubin told the Metro newspaper that “everything’s on the table” for Call of Duty 2016. Later adding, “If we think that it’d be cool to have a battle over Jupiter, sure. Why not?” The developer, who is no longer employed at Infinity Ward, was just playfully musing at the time, but after the smashing success of Destiny, I wouldn’t put it past Activision to launch another space-based shooter.
We’ll find out exactly what form Call of Duty 2016 will take during this year’s E3 Expo, where Activision plans to unveil the next game in the franchise during Sony’s E3 Press Conference.