Call of Duty WW2 Reveal Trailer Storms The Beach of Normandy

Call of Duty WW2 Reveal Trailer Storms The Beach of Normandy

Call of Duty WW2 Reveal Trailer Storms The Beach of Normandy

In addition to the game's boots-on-the-ground combat, Multiplayer offers a host of new mode, system and gameplay innovations across iconic map locations; while an all-new Nazi Zombies Cooperative mode unleashes a startling, new storyline and adrenaline filled experience.

The response to the Call of Duty: WWII reveal trailer has mostly been positive, which means that the game is already headed in the right direction.

This isn't the first time the franchise went this route, with Call of Duty 2: Big Red One also presenting similar missions.

Expect Call of Duty: WWII to consoles and PC on November 3 with a private beta scheduled for pre-order players sometime before.

While Activision is refraining from revealing many details regarding Call of Duty: WWII's multiplayer until E3, they did drop some new information during the reveal livestream. Players will storm the beaches of Normandy on D-Day, march across France to liberate Paris and ultimately push forward into Germany in some of the most monumental battles of all-time.

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Admittedly, while the trailer is indeed using the game's graphics engine (thankfully a more common occurrence in game trailers), the trailer is also only going to show us the good stuff.

Instead of character classes, players will now have Divisions. The inclusion of a War Mode featuring real World War II stories is pretty interesting.

World at War was also the game that introduced the world to Treyarch's now infamous Zombies, which was originally included as an Easter egg. At this point, that early access does not have a date, but Activision did confirm that preordering the game will get you into the beta - and you'll get in even earlier if you preorder on PlayStation 4. Players will be able to spend time at "Headquarters", a "robust social space" in between matches. Oh yes. Other gameplay specifics are still being kept a secret, though Activision did mention a War Mode will let players take part in historic World War II battles.

World at War's infamous Nazi zombies mode makes a triumphant return in Sledgehammer Games' new Call of Duty: WWII. Having been so long since a WW2 story has been told in Call of Duty, the team seems to be laser focused on bringing an authentic experience in terms of audio/visual design and story telling to a new generation who may not know much about the second world war.

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