Call of Duty: WWII Will Feature "Private Beta", Here's How to Join

Call of Duty: WWII Will Feature

Sledgehammer Games' Michael Condry confirmed the game would release in November, as every Call of Duty game has before it. Everything about the highly anticipated "Call of Duty: WWII" will be revealed this April 26 on a live stream. Activision today revealed the newest Call of Duty game, and it definitely takes the series back to its roots. With the series returning to the traditional boots on the ground feel, it's going be incredible. This will be the first time we've gotten a Call of Duty game set in World War II since 2008's World of War.

With release still many months away, Call of Duty fans have turned their attention to pre-order offerings for the game, which will surely launch following the April 26 reveal.

And Nintendo Switch looks set to miss out on ANOTHER big 2017 title once again because so far, Call of Duty: WW2 is only showing as having product pages for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Rumors that the Call of Duty series would return to World War II stared in late March when marketing materials leaked.

Taking it back to cuckface Condrey, if you want to hear all of the stupid stuff he's added (along with other devs) to the CoD series, YouTuber Whiteboy7thst has a video about CoD games and the developers doing what they've been doing with the series.

Call of Duty: WWII Will Feature

In the last hours, however, it is a leak found online that there is to anticipate a significant amount of detail on the campaign title, and more.

And with the new images supplied, we also know that it will not be a World at War sequel.

"The last hour at the studio has been unbelievable to finally share with fans what we're bringing, coming November", he said. Call of Duty: WW2 was officially revealed on Twitter following a leak in March.

After that, starting in 2009, Call of Duty moved to modern warfare. The images show USA soldiers seemingly storming France's Normandy beach, an event known as D-Day and one of the most infamous World War II operations. Some of which Charlie Intel has gotten their hands on that give us some new information about the next COD game in regards to its release date and private beta.

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