Call of Duty 7 is "currently in production" according to the LinkedIn profile of one of developer Treyarch's senior animators.

David Kim's profile, since updated to remove the references, originally said "Call of Duty 7 - currently in production" and also referred to the game elsewhere.

According to a report earlier this month, publisher Activision has been licensing Vietnam War-era music for use on the game, which ties in with lead producer Noah Heller's assertion last year that Treyarch had "put [World War II] to bed", and prompted speculation about a Cold War plotline.

Although the world's attention is currently on Modern Warfare 2, finally detailed yesterday, Activision's strategy of splitting the COD games between Infinity Ward and Treyarch on two-year cycles should see a seventh game released late next year.

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