Call of Duty: WWII was officially revealed earlier today, and while the trailer and dev chatter from the livestream gave us a few details—namely that there will be boots on the ground, viscerally—some other publications were able to preview the game ahead of the reveal. We weren’t one of them, but I’ve scoured the information out there from IGN, Polygon, and others to put together a summary of the most important details.
What’s the release date?
Call of Duty: WWII has been in development by Sledgehammer Games for three years, and releases on November 3, as is the nature of Call of Dutys. Prior to release there will be a closed multiplayer beta of some kind for pre-orderers—on PS4 first—and the multiplayer will be playable at E3 2017, the first E3 in a long while to be open to the public.
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