Call of Duty WW2 could be revealed this weekend with a new trailer and Nintendo Switch details
23 April, 2017, 03:34
But that's about it.
We'll continue to update our readers as we receive more info. There's no release date yet, but we'll get more details during a worldwide premiere livestream on April 26 at 1 p.m. ET. Previous marketing leaks had led to believing that the series was returning to this era, and it is a welcome change from the futuristic sci-fi style of the previous entry.
The new images don't show much, but they're great to look at. Soldiers were seeing storming Omaha Beach on D-Day.
Original Story: Earlier this year, Activision admitted that Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare did not resonate with fans. The WWII setting was first leaked by The Family Video Gamers YouTube channel. Typically the game arrives near the beginning of the month.
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This is the first in the series to be launched set in WW2 since the 2008's World at War game, IGN reported.
It was reported that the company made a decision to return to historical conflict after last year's Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare didn't have the same success as the previous year's Black Ops 3.
Now, taking the game back to its roots could be the winning strategy for the franchise. Remarkably, the new one will be its third installment now with Activision. 2016's "Infinite Warfare" was developed by Infinity Ward, 2015's "Black Ops 3" by Treyarch. We'll be sure to keep you current with all the news and reveals surrounding this game here at COGconnected.
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. The countdown to the livestream is now posted on the official website of the game. Call of Duty: WWII will presumably be launching this November, as with every otherCall of Duty title for the last decade and a half.
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