Has anyone seen the hype on this game? Basically, most of the staff that was working on the Medal of Honor series (including most of the leads) broke from the company to start their own companies (Infinity Ward in charge of the PC side, and Spark Publishing working on the console versions). Now, they're making another WWII-era game, called Call of Duty, that looks awesome. It's set in four different campaign settings with three viewpoints (American, Russian, and British). A lot of the single-hero type action is toned-down, so that working with AI squads is to your benefit. Judging by the hands-on and interviews on IGN and Gamespot, this looks like it could be a spectacular game--if they can live up to their promises. I know that Medal of Honor: Rising Sun (set in the Pacific) is also coming out soon, and I'm watching that development as well. But, seeing as how the majority of the people (even including the wonderful composer, Michael Giacchino*) have jumped ship, I'm wondering if it will hold up. Anyone else as intrigued as I am? Also, does anyone know if Steven Spielburg will be executive producing either of these, as he did with MOH? *Composer for MOH from the beginning to Frontline, as well as the TV show Alias .