The video, which debuted during Activision and Sledgehammer Games' Call of Duty: WWII livestream earlier today, begins with Allied forces storming the beaches of Normandy, before cutting to a number of other battles throughout the European theater. Sledgehammer said it even worked with a WWII historian on the game.
Bristling with cannon and armaments, the Rock commanded control of the Strait of Gibraltar, a critical maritime chokepoint vital to the war effort.
This next generation of Call of Duty will have you playing through the story of ordinary men turned soldiers in the 1st Infantry Division as they fight to preserve freedom in the face of tyranny.
Call of Duty: WWII campaign takes players through Normandy, France, Belgium & more in the turning points of World War II, set in 1944-1945, mainly in Europe. Although you primarily play as the young, inexperienced Private Red Daniels, there will also be a mission that casts you as a woman fighting in the French resistance.
More details are bound to arrive in the coming months. Be sure to check back with Fandom for more on Call of Duty: WWII as we approach its November 3 release date.
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As you would expect, Call of Duty: WWII will have the series' world-famous multiplayer mode.
Yet outside of historical immersion, Sledgehammer wasn't going to pass up the chance to bring back those dastardly Nazi Zombies as part of a new co-operative mode complete with a standalone storyline. First on the list is the upcoming game's setting, which, as the name suggests, relives all the happenings from the infamous war.
Moving on now to multiplayer, the style of combat that may be featured here has been described as "fast-paced" and players may also be able to experience the mode "across many of World War II's most iconic locations".
Plus, "Call of Duty: WWII" will have, reportedly, a co-op mode that will tell an "original story" separate from the main campaign mode.