Call of Duty: WWII announced with new trailer

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Sledgehammer Games have confirmed that Call Of Duty: WW2 will be getting a cooperative multiplayer mode which will feature zombies. But let's not forget that it also harkens back to a simpler time for the series, when we enjoyed "boots on the grounds" gameplay with titles like Call of Duty: United Offensive.

Call of Duty: WWII isn't due until November 3, but pre-orders are available now, unlocking a private beta version of the game.

We have collected the top 10 Call of Duty WWII HD Wallpapers.

However, if you absolutely can't wait and you've pre-ordered the game already (don't pre-order video games) then it's just a case of heading here with your code to preorder the game on the platform of your choice.

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The release date is set for November 3 of this year, but you can put down your preorder for this game now. The game, rather obviously, is set during World War 2 and will see gamers on the beach in Normandy on D-Day before battling across Europe in a series of iconic locations from the war. Play through the story of ordinary men turned soldiers in the 1st Infantry Division as they fight to preserve freedom in the face of tyranny.

The campaign primarily centres on "young" and "inexperienced" Private Daniels, although one scenario "casts you as a woman fighting in the French resistance".

One fans seems to know those days rather well, and has actually taken it upon himself to remix the new trailer that Sledgehammer Games dropped yesterday with music and audio from the original United Offensive game - and the results are rather startling. As with everything Zombie-related, all doesn't go to plan.

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