Rumor: New Call of Duty WWII Trailer May Be Dropping Very Soon

Mandy Carr
April 23, 2017

Now, after years of future warfare, Activision is sending the franchise back to the war that started it all, with Call of Duty: WWII. Hence, we're rather stoked to see what Sledgehammer games has in store for the upcoming Call of Duty WWII.

Yesterday Activision officially revealed that Call of Duty: WWII would be the title of the series' next installment, as per the rumors. "New ways" to socialize with friend and the community as a whole is also promised.

"Activision previously stated that this year's entry would ".take Call of Duty back to its roots". "Infinite Warfare had a ton of great gameplay innovations", Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg said during an earnings call in February.

We don't know any details beyond the name and poster, and that it's being developed by Sledghammer Games. Before that, the founders, Michael Condrey and Glen Schofield, were among the lead development staff of Visceral Games's revolutionary horror title, Dead Space.

We would put money on a Call of Duty: WWII release date on Friday, November 3rd.

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There has been a lot of speculation that the game will revisit the premise of the first two Call of Duty Games set place during the Invasion of Normandy, better known as D-Day. Combat is being described as "classic" for the series, and the bonds of camaraderie will also play a big role in the game's narrative.

A 2017 Call of Duty beta would allow Sledgehammer Games to test servers as well as work on weapon balancing and skill progression ahead of an official release. The multiplayer campaign will feature a host of other historic sites from the second world war.

Strap on your combat boots, shoulder up that automatic rifle and head for the trenches - that's right, Call of Duty is returning to its roots.

What are you hoping to see in this new game? It was revealed earlier today on the Call of Duty website with a countdown timer to April 26 at 10 a.m.

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