Call of Duty is officially heading back to WWII

Janie Parker
April 23, 2017

Immediately, from the first image, you notice that the game is aiming to be extremely realistic.

The leaks were real: this year's COD will be going back to the Second World War, as Acitvision tease a full reveal for next week.

Activision is bringing back the Call of Duty franchise to its roots with the announcement of the next game in the series, Call of Duty: WWII.

There's also a link to the official website, which has a countdown timer promising a "worldwide livestream reveal" on that date. This may be a live stream event on YouTube. As every year, a "Call of Duty" game is released, Sledgehammer should release the 2017 game at once.

It was previously reported that sales for the first month of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is lower by 50 percent compared to the number of units sold by Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 during its first month. " There is still no confirmation on which platform the new game will be launched, so we assume probably it will be released on PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch". Fans have taken to reddit with pictures of boxes and advertisements for the upcoming shooter.

A leaked ad popped up that describes a new gameplay mode for the latest entry in the Call of Duty franchise. This blurry image includes a November 3rd release date.

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Multiplayer has been confirmed in the material to be "grounded, fast-paced combat". Traditionally this arrives in April or May.

We, along with many, many others, are eagerly counting down the hours already.

"Traditional combat will once again take center stage", he added. It is now Sledgehammers turn to deliver their next Call of Duty game and well get the juicy details about it in just five days. It's also returning to the World War II era, and you can see all the inspirations of the era with the weapons, the equipment and the scenery.

Remember when we were all so excited for the Call of Duty series to leave its well-trodden World War II roots behind?

Unfortunately, Activision didn't reveal much aside from the game's title today.

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