That whole period around the early 40's won't be revisited again if senior producer Noah Heller from Treyarch is to be believed, reports OXM.
World at War was already set when Modern Warfare was hitting shelves but the Treyarch team wanted to "show the end of the war." Heller adds they're happy to put WWII "to bed."
"Since World at War was in development for two years, it was still in development when Modern Warfare... well, it hadn't even come out yet," Heller explains. "So our path was a little bit set at that point but we also knew that we wanted to show the end of the war."
"I'm sure game companies will be making World War II games for years to come and World War II is a very classic war. But we're happy that we put the war to bed."
Call of Duty: World At War is being released on Xbox 360, PS3, PS2, DS, Wii and PC this November 11th.