'Call of Duty' reveal set for Wednesday

Dora Pope
April 27, 2017

A tradition that remains, however, is the early-November launch, as Call of Duty WWII will be released on November 3, 2017.

In a separate report, CharlieIntel passed along some game details that were apparently included in marketing materials that were in Australia. Land in Normandy on D-Day and battle across Europe through iconic locations in history's most monumental war.

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.

It appears as though the auto-regeneration of a player's health in Call of Duty is being thrown out the window for a much more classic approach, get shot and stay hurt til you find a health pack. A special steelbook edition and Season Pass has also been apparently outed.

Another tidbit leaked for the upcoming "Call of Duty: WWII" is that for those who pre-ordered the game, they will have access to a private beta. After that, players will experience the second World War on the European front (again), going through the final years of the conflict as a member of the first infantry thrown onto the beach through dire strategy. One of those details was its release date, which suggested that it will be released on November 3.

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While the clip doesn't reveal an bad lot about the game, leaked marketing material suggests that it will feature a standalone co-op mode.

First off, screenshots showing off snippets of the game were apparently posted on the Call of Duty login page.

Call of Duty: WWII has been officially revealed, with Activision and developers Sledgehammer Games lifting the curtain on the "back to its roots" entry that was confirmed last week.

One of the most noteworthy aspects of this new installment to the iconic franchise is the fact that Sledgehammer Games studio will be at the helm of developing the project. "The story Call of Duty: WWII follows a global and diverse cast, but for me it honors my father Ronald "Red" Daniels and his squad, and not just what they went through from a global perspective, but what they went through personally". Sledgehammer also promised that the game will reward gun skill and strategy while adding that there will be great innovations to elevate the player experience.

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