Newly Released Concept Art for the Cancelled Horror Call of Duty Title, Took Place in Vietnam War

on June 24, 2014 4:10 PM

Sometimes in gaming there are interesting and unique concepts that see fruition and are rightly appreciated, while others materialize for a brief moment and then slowly die without seeing the light of production. The latter seems to be true for a cancelled third-person Call of Duty shooter, which takes place during the Vietnam War.

It would have been a horror war game, which is an incredibly take on the increasingly stale cliche of “American soldiers save the world.” Not to mention that very few developers choose to take on the morally complex and horrific Vietnam War. Eddie Del Rio, who worked on Star Citizen and Godzilla, created the concept art back in 2009. He previously worked on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and is currently working on Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. You can check out the haunting artwork below.

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