Call of Duty

‘Call Of Duty’ Returning To Its Roots With WWII

Ever since the Call of Duty franchise began to get into the technological side of things, a lot of individuals including myself began to lose interest (last CoD game I played in earnest was MW2). Some of the most highly acclaimed moments in this franchise came from its earlier instalments, being World at War, and Modern Warfare.

With Call of Duty WWII, we see a resurgence of what made Call of Duty so popular, being the re-enactment of old school battles that we have only read about in history books. It is an exciting and dangerous time in history and it seems we will get to relive it yet again, with a different take on the second world war.

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The official reveal trailer for CoD WWII, was released today and in it we are shown some amazing graphics and some bleak settings. Overcast skies and raining bullets dominate the landscape as the soldiers attempt to take beach heads and survive. Call of Duty WWII, will take players around the more infamous sections of the war, where victories were achieved and heavy costs paid. The campaign will showcase France, Belgium, Normandy and based on the trailer, will even have you reliving the infamous D-Day.

The trailer revealed so much action, from escaping planes that are gunning you down, to controlling tanks and even shooting those planes down. Call of Duty WWII, was a bold move and I foresee it paying off incredibly. Of course it will have a multiplayer component, with a special game mode featuring Nazi Zombies.

Call of Duty WWII will be released on November 3rd 2017 for Xbox One and Playstation 4.

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