Many CoD fans have been barracking to head back to World War II for some years now, ever since 2008's Call of Duty:World at War.
As with previous titles in the Call of Duty series, there will be some kind of PS4 exclusivity once it's released later this year, although details are yet to be confirmed.
Sledgehammer Games has also revealed that Call Of Duty: WWII will feature a new addition to the franchise, Headquarters, which is the place for the players to socialize that will feature "recognition and awards".
Call of Duty: WW2 is set to release on November 3, 2017 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
It's also worth noting that those who pre-order Call of Duty WW2 on PS4 will have access to the private beta before Xbox One. United Offensive was actually the first game released in the series, and it only came out for PC when it was released in 2004.
November 3rd will see the day that players enlist in what promises to be a journey through World War 2 like they've never seen before, as the Call of Duty series makes an explosive return with Call of Duty: WWII.
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.
Well, after a few leaks and hint towards Activision travelling back in time, they've finally answered the call and are sending players back to the trenches for a gritty, realistic portrayal of the heroics and sacrifice of soldiers from the 1st Infantry Division. Sledgehammer Games is instead focusing on a more realistic, boots-on-the-ground gameplay - except, of course, for the Zombie-driven co-op story mode. Keen? Let us know in the comments. It says online multiplayer will support 2 to 48 players.
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