Call of Duty: WW2 was announced earlier today, promising to take the hugely popular franchise back to its "roots".
The stream will be aired from the London IMAX and it's the first chance fans will be able to check out the latest COD. It will be a standalone game experience, which suggests that it will not be an optional mode within the game's main campaign, Polygon reported. You get to storm Normandy, fight anti-air battles with heavy artillery, use flamethrowers, and even roleplay Saving Private Ryan.
A new way to engage in a player's Multiplayer career - Divisions immerse players in the heroic journey of enlisting in the world's most historic war. Already, some images have begun leaking out about the game, and now it has a co-op campaign featuring its own story, which is something that we have not seen for quite a while. In the meantime, fans can look at the first screenshots of the game which were accidentally published on the official "Call of Duty" website. Activision did this following the reveal of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare in 2007, and that quickly caught on and helped build a tremendous amount of buzz for that game's November release.
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What's really intriguing, though, is how this will translate to gameplay - the era's slower, more catastrophic weaponry will likely take away from the ultra fast pace of Call Of Duty's more recent efforts. Pre-ordering the game will also give you access to the Private Beta which will be available later this year. There's also a new game mode called War Mode where players are split into two teams, Allies and Axis, and both sides must utilize teamwork in order to capture specific objective targets.
Taking the series back to WW2, Call of Duty moves outside of the realm of fiction, and studio heads Michael Condrey and Glen Schofield took multiple opportunities to express the care with which they've handled the material. There's also War, a new narrative-backed game mode - the full reveal of that is coming at a later date.
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