Thanks to leaks that we now have access to the release date of Call of Duty WW2 along with a few screenshots and details about the single player campaign
The announcement from Activision that came on Friday was so ear-soothing: Call of Duty was finally returning to its ground with its title for 2017, the Call of Duty WW2. While it was only the reveal that was made on Friday, leaks are now providing us more details about the title including screenshots and its release date.
With the full announcement expected to take place on April 26, the details have emerged courtesy of series of leaks and a wall advertisement on France that got postered probably ahead of the schedule. The particular ad reveals the release date to be on November 3, which is well in line with the yearly launch schedule of Call of Duty titles. Besides, November 3 will be a Friday. To recall, both Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Call of Duty: black ops III made its release on the first Friday of November.
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The date is also revealed in the marketing materials from Australia that got leaked courtesy of Reddit user Jadeos that gives us further details about the single-player campaign that revolves around the invasion of Normandy and will also include more iconic locations from across the Europe. As with the co-op mode, it will feature a new and original story with high-octane gameplay. We can expect the zombie outrage yet again, but we won’t be surprised if WW2 breaks the tradition that has been in place since Call of Duty World at War times.
Another leak came from the official website of Call of Duty which posted images depicting the game details. The authorities have quickly pulled them down, but thanks to the sharp-eyed community that we have the images put straight forward to you. Don’t get upset if these details aren’t enough to wet your appetite, as more will be heading your way tomorrow with the official reveal. So stay tuned.