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Call of Duty: Combined Forces was to be the sequel to Call of Duty: Finest Hour, but was turned down by Activision.
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Cover of the Document containing the Proposal

It was going to be developed by Spark Unlimited.

BackgroundEdit

Spark Unlimited, upon completing Finest Hour, pitched the Combined Forces proposal to activision. Because the proposal was expected to cost Ten Million Dollars, and due to the Six Million Dollar budget exceedment of Finest Hour. The proposal also seemed more like an expansion pack as well, furthering the reasons Activision had to decline it. Activision declined the proposal, and ended their contract with Spark Unlimited.

GameplayEdit

The game would of most likely been a First Person Shooter.

StoryEdit

The game appeared to have been set in World War Two, with an American, British and Soviet Campaign.


Call of Duty Series
Main Series: Call of Duty (United Offensive) (2003)2 (Big Red One) (2005)3 (2006)4: Modern Warfare (Remastered) (2007)World at War (2008)Modern Warfare 2 (2009)Black Ops (2010)Modern Warfare 3 (2011)Black Ops II (2012)Ghosts (2013)Advanced Warfare (2014)Black Ops III (2015)Infinite Warfare (2016)

Spin-Offs: Finest Hour (2004)Roads to Victory (2007)World at War: Final Fronts (2008)Modern Warfare: MobilizedModern Warfare: Reflex EditionZombiesModern Warfare 2: Force Recon (2009)Black Ops MobileClassic (2010)Black Ops ZombiesModern Warfare 3: Defiance (2011)Black Ops: Declassified (2012)OnlineStrike Team (2013)Heroes (2014)

Cancelled: Combined ForcesDevil's BrigadeVietnamRoman Wars

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