Call of Duty Vietnam which was under development by Sledgehammer Games is a canceled installment of the Call of Duty series. This game was initially titled Fog of War. It was stated by the Call of Duty developers that this game was taking place in the 1960s and 1970s, in Cambodia, Vietnam, and Laos.
If this game would have been released it would have been the first third-person only Call of Duty game. It was in the action/adventure genre. The game had up to 15 minutes playable after eight months of development at which Sledgehammer was offered an opportunity by Activision to help Infinity Ward in the development of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. It was confirmed by the company in January 2011 that this action game will simply be put on hold or canceled. When Glen Schofield was interviewed in October 2011 he confirmed that the game was most likely canceled.
Confirming the game’s cancellation Sledgehammer went on to develop Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. In May 2014, Glen Schofield revealed more information on the canceled project and what the studio had been working on during an interview. Glen Schofield in an interview with Gameinformer stated that they would continue development on Call of Duty Vietnam if the studio was ever asked to make a third-person Call of Duty game again.
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