27 April, 2017
We'll hear a lot more about Call of Duty: WWII as we approach its November 3 release date.
Call of Duty: WWII focuses on the actions of a squad from 1944 to 1945, but will also touch on events from 1940 to 1944 to help set the stage for the narrative and establish the characters. From the first look, the game looks impressive as it takes players across Europe through three game modes: Campaign, Multiplayer and Co-operative.
In an article from Dream Team FC, a list of reasons why Call of Duty: WWII will be a champion title this year compared to Battlefield 1 has been detailed.
We can't believe that it's been almost ten years since Call of Duty: World at War launched. Naturally there's a Season Pass in store, which means post-launch content updates throughout 2018.
Call of Duty: WWII pre-orders (available at Amazon) and participating retailers includes access to the Private Beta, available first on PlayStation 4, scheduled for later this year. "Experience classic "Call of Duty" combat, the bonds of camaraderie, and the unforgiving nature of war against a global power throwing the world into tyranny".
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It was the last game set in World War II and we've been waiting for the series to return to its roots.
Despite Infinite Warfare in fact ending up the best Call of Duty package in many years (we were very keen), even the game's publisher admits that its direction wasn't the right one for its players.
You can tell from the attention to detail and the on-location research that Sledgehammer knows how important Call of Duty WWII will be as both a product and as an art piece. "This game will let longtime fans experience WW2 like never before, and will introduce this historic conflict to a whole new generation of gamers in the process". The developer showcased an epic and gritty looking trailer of Call of Duty: WWII featuring sequences from the game's singleplayer campaign.
Meanwhile, the multiplayer will allow, reportedly, players to interact and socialize with the "Call of Duty" community and also with their friends in "exciting ways".