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, seemingly alien fighting force."
"This is a scarier Call of Duty than we've ever seen," Treyarch head Mark Lamir says
"We figured out early that the Imperial Japanese fought in a different way that was full of suspense," creative lead Rich Farrelly tells OXM. "From that point we started to skew the game in that direction."
The game is supposed to support 4-Player online Co-op.
Trailer Debut this weekend on Xbox Live
Edited by Kinetic, 27 November 2008 - 05:46 PM.