Call Of Duty: WWII officially announced by Activision

Phillip Butler
April 23, 2017

Activision kept on generating sequels, but the last one to focus on World War II was Call of Duty: World at War, which Treyarch developed and released in 2008. Although nothing is official, the photos show that Call of Duty: WWII will be released on November 3, 2017.

He did note it will be interesting to see how Sledgehammer Games will turn back the clock with the multiplayer setting of "Call of Duty: WWII", considering the sci-fi settings had wall running and double jumping.

For now, not much is known about the game apart from a teaser image on the Call of Duty website which suggests a worldwide reveal on April 26.

"This is what our dedicated community of Call of Duty players and Sledgehammer Games, which has been developing this year's title, are the most excited about".

We'll have a lot more information to share next Wednesday when the Call of Duty WWII livestream kicks off, perhaps, the next (de) evolution of the series.

In the last hours, however, it is a leak found online that there is to anticipate a significant amount of detail on the campaign title, and more.

Furthermore, in today's reveal of the Call of Duty WW2, the only missing thing was the game's trailer. I will happily queue up, virtually, to get this game on day one. The section is further described as a "standalone game" with all the Call of Duty trappings gamers know and love. "A next generation game with the latest production values and robustness in a World War 2 setting like Band of Brothers would be unbelievable", he said. "We can't wait to tell you more about Call of Duty: WWII, so be sure not to miss the reveal livestream at 10 am Pacific on April 26". It's also returning to the World War II era, and you can see all the inspirations of the era with the weapons, the equipment and the scenery.

As of now, no other updates has been given about "Call of Duty: WWII" aside from the released blog statement.

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