Most likely, many Call of Duty fans did not even play that game immediately after it was launched because they were all kids. Check out the preview image of Call of Duty: WWII Nazi Zombies mode below. Daniels and other members of the US 1 Infantry Division will fight across World War II's European Theatre, primarily in 1944 and 1945. It's good to see Activision back on the floor, doing what it does best - getting people excited for great, forthcoming sequels. They also confirmed that pre-ordering a copy of WWII grants you access to the Private Beta, which will begin later this year and will be available first to PlayStation 4 owners.
It's unclear if this research means we'll be able to play through campaigns that span beyond that of the war in Europe, but it's clear the team is taking is setting seriously.
In Call of Duty: WWII, players will take on the role of Ronald "Red" Daniels, a member of the U.S. 1st Infantry Division across the European theatre of World War II. An African-American soldier has been shown in some art for the game though Sledgehammer hasn't offered any details about the character (or any other non-white leads) or shown him action. Look for more information about Multiplayer at E3 and the Nazi Zombies cooperative experience at a later date.
The COD franchise was built on the World War II premise, with some of the earliest games featuring several of the most iconic locations and battles during the historic conflict. Thankfully, as with many modern game reveals, the announcement will be live streamed around the world via the Call of Duty website. However, speaking to Polygon, Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg says it feels like the "right game at the right time" for many reasons.
Divisions are also new, with players enlisting in specific "units of their choice". A special steelbook edition and Season Pass has also been apparently outed.
Some Call of Duty WWIImarketing material reportedly leaked in Australia on Saturday, revealing some enlightening details regarding the game, including its release date and Beta availability. Zombies have been a ridiculously popular mode from past Call of Duty games.
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