We’ve realized a bit extra in regards to the newest Call of Duty, thanks to a different drip of leaked advertising materials. Key factors are a non-public beta for pre-orders, a launch date of November three, a “standalone” co-operative mode, and some marketing campaign particulars.
Liberate Europe from tyranny within the best WWII games on PC.
The leak comes courtesy of CharlieIntel. Apparently, builders Sledgehammer are aiming to ship “the definitive World War II campaign”, redefining the battle “for a new gaming generation.” You’ll land in Normandy on D-Day, as we guessed after earlier leaks, and combat in iconic places throughout Europe.
Intriguingly, the fabric says the sport’s “cooperative mode unleashes a new and original story” in a “next-level standalone game experience full of unexpected, adrenaline-pumping moments.” Most Calls of Duty function cooperative play of some form, however a standalone co-op story can be a primary for the sequence. Previous titles have been restricted to both enabling co-op within the single-player marketing campaign (reminiscent of 2015’s Black Ops III), or partitioned it to a unique mode, like Modern Warfare’s Spec Ops or the well-known zombie-based wave defence.
The launch date can also be introduced: November three, 2017 – a Friday. Since COD all the time comes out in early November, that is doubtless sufficient. Pre-ordering will get you entry to a non-public beta, and that announcement seems on field artwork for the Xbox One model of the sport, suggesting the beta will not be unique to PlayStation clients as with final yr’s Infinite Warfare.
This appears to occurring lots with Activision video games of late. This is the second leak of COD: WWII, we have had two for Destiny 2, and one for one of many expansions to the unique Destiny – all from advertising supplies distributed early.
Expect a lot of the above to be confirmed (or denied, if it is all an elaborate hoax) on the full reveal of COD: WWII this Wednesday.