When is Call Of Duty WWII out and what can you expect

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When is Call Of Duty WWII out and what can you expect
Call Of Duty: WWII – hopefully avoiding General Disappointment

The newest release in the Call of Duty franchise comes out this week and it sees the game return back to its roots with a WW2 setting.

As well as the overall look of the game, many of the gameplay functions return to some that are more familiar with older fans of the game.

Double jumping and wall running are no longer possible and neither is the unlimited sprint or jet-packs, making it a simpler and more traditional experience for players.

Its single player campaign will mostly be set between 1944 and 1945, with the chance to experience some of history’s most famous battles.

When is Call of Duty WW2 released?

Call of Duty WW2 will be released tomorrow – Friday 3rd November 2017, and will be available to play on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

You may still have just enough time to pre-order a copy of the game you can get access to the private beta, as well as the pre-order combat pack once the full game is out.

Fans of the franchise can also buy a deluxe edition of the game, which gives you the base game, as well as the season pass and other additional bonus content.

Call Of Duty: WWII - no jetpacks allowed
Call Of Duty: WWII – bigger than ever

What to expect from the new Call of Duty

The single player story sees you play as two young solider in the US 16th infantry regiment during various iconic periods of WW2.

Players will experience key World War 2 battles including the D-Day landings and the Battle of the Bulge.

Gamers will be able to play across three game modes – Campaign, Multiplayer, and Co-Operative.

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The co-operative part of the game has promised to be ‘a new and original story in a standalone game experience full of unexpected, adrenaline-pumping moments.’

It has been confirmed that the popular nazi zombie mode will also be in the game and will see players go through a snowy Bavarian village in Mittelburg, Germany.

With the aim of recovering stolen artwork, gamers are warned that the village ‘holds a shadowy secret key to an unimaginable and monstrous power.’

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