Activision Officially Announces Call of Duty: WWII!
- Author: Arturo Norris Apr 23, 2017,
Apr 23, 2017, 17:48
And, interestingly enough, this move helped Call of Duty stand out from the crowd since so many games used World War II as their backdrop in this era. As it turns out there was a promotional image released alongside Brothers In Arms: Hell's Highway that was even more similar to the Call of Duty WWII image. A new website for the game has been revealed, with a full game reveal coming on April 26th.
After nearly a month of speculations, news finally came out that the first person shooter franchise of "Call of Duty" will be going back to its roots.
Call of Duty: WWII's reveal is set for April 26 at 10 AM PT.
Fans who pre order can also look forward to enjoying a private beta before the game is released, although details surrounding platforms have not been revealed.
As evidenced by its succinct subtitle, Call of Duty: WW2 will take place during World War II, the time period in which the original Call of Duty (2003) took place. These few details are still hopeful ones, as previous co-op efforts in the series were markedly more limited.
Yesterday, Activision announced the arrival of Call of Duty: WW2, the new iteration of the historical shooter series, this year in the hands of Sledgehammer developers dedicated to recreating World War II. Activision has a history of releasing the Lower spec versions of their popular Call of Duty series games. Though the Nintendo Switch isn't as powerful as either the PS4 or Xbox One. The studio was previously lead on 2014's Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, which we scored a 9.1, as well as assisting Infinity Ward on Modern Warfare 3. Sledgehammer Games' Michael Condry confirmed the game would release in November, as every Call of Duty game has before it.
Sledgehammer Games will be working with Activision to develop WWII which will bring the series back to World War II after almost ten years.