Activision released the reveal trailer for the highly anticipated Call of Duty: WWII, which is described as the game that will bring the series "back to its roots". Granted, a considerable amount of time has passed in order for that number to climb to 3 million but in just a few days a year ago the Infinite Warfare reveal hit 500k dislikes.
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. First, there won't be a Switch version of the game - WWII heads to Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4 on 3 November.
Among the details revealed was the game's story and characters, multiplayer features, co-op modes and information about the beta. Although there is a lot of mystery remaining, the reveal still clarified a number of things, courtesy of the live stream and the trailer.
Key artwork for Call of Duty WW2Activision
While specifics weren't mentioned that much, some multiplayer modes were teased such as War Mode, which will allow face offs in famous battles that occurred during World War II. Also, while Activision was very proud of the game's educational value, it did not take the opportunity to weigh in on the whole debate about whether or not it's good to punch Nazis. There, we will play as U.S. Army private Ronald "Red" Daniels as he makes his way from Normandy to Germany as part of the 1st Infantry Division.
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Now available to pre-order, those who secure their copy of Call of Duty: WWII ahead of time will gain first access to the private beta when it gets underway sometime this summer.
Of course, this wouldn't be a Call of Duty announcement without controversy and it seems this time, it has to do with diversity. "And, our co-operative mode delivers a unique storyline that's an all-new take on Nazi Zombies that we think fans are going to love".
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