Activision recently announced a partnership with The Military Channel in order to bring about more excitement for their [i]Call of Duty[/i] series.
?We are pleased to partner with The Military Channel for our [i]Call of Duty[/i] brand,? said Dusty Welch, Activision?s Vice President of Global Brand Management. ?They are providing us with compelling World War II video content that will take players back in time and draw them even further into the epic and cinematic [i]Call of Duty[/i] experience.?
Hoping to further heighten anticipation for Activision?s uPComing [a] http://www.activision.com/en_US/game_specific/e6d75d1f-2f68-4be9-9257-9a9a498593d4.html [aa][i]Call of Duty 2: Big Red One[/i][/a], the partnership will reward players with exclusive content from The Military Channel which correlates to the game?s setting and atmosphere.
?The Military Channel takes viewers behind the lines with the highest quality video programming, and we?re excited to help bring that spirit to the most authentic WWII first person action game in interactive entertainment,? said David Karp, General Manager of The Military Channel. ?Our relationship with Activision is another pivotal step in growing The Military Channel brand and puts our name and content in front of a passionate audience of potential viewers.?
The game is being developed by Treyarch studio and is anticipated for a fall release on the GameCube, PS2 and Xbox. It has received a ?T? (Teen) rating by the ESRB. Check with MyGamer.com for any future updates.