Here’s When You’ll Be Able To Play Call of Duty: WWII
The release date, trailer and more for the new COD game.
In the reveal stream yesterday, it was confirm that the back-to-its-roots shooter - described as having a “dark, irreverent tone” - will feature a co-op zombies mode based upon the Third Reich, and social hub Headquarters, thought to be similar to the Tower social space in Destiny.
It’s also been confirmed that characters in CoD: WW2 will not embody the superhuman strength we often see in video games, which means your characters won’t be able to soak up bullet after bullet like other shooters. There will be no auto health regeneration, and no auto ammo-refill, either, both of which signal a significant change from CoD games we’ve played before.
“You have to worry about every bullet. You’re not the superhero. You can’t just stand there taking seven bullets, ducking, shooting again,” Sledgehammer Games’ Glen Schofield told Polygon. “It’s refreshing for us to deal with recruits who aren’t Tier One warriors, to show that vulnerability. They’re naive. It’s been a really cool challenge creating this different kind of gameplay.”
Want to play it sooner than November? Although no dates have yet been set, all pre-orderers of the game will receive access to a private multiplayer beta, too.
If you’re looking for a new game right now, though, check out our top games rundown!
- By Vikki Blake @_vixx
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