Kiefer Sutherland is the man. Anything he does, I will see. Treyarch, makers of Call of Duty 3 (the sub-par follow up to Infinity Ward’s far superior Call of Duty 2), have signed him on to join the cast of their new game, Call of Duty: World at War.
The new shooter, taking place in the Pacific theater, is being called the “grittiest Call of Duty ever,” according to Treyarch head Mark Lamia. The trailer featured a Japanese soldier stabbing an American with his Katana.
I wasn’t impressed with Call of Duty 3, and Infinity Ward redefined the standard with Call of Duty 4, so this new entry into the series has as lot to live up to, but, then again, Kiefer Sutherland will make anything 10x better.