Call of Duty: WWII Delivers Gripping Action on Global Scale

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Granted, a considerable amount of time has passed in order for that number to climb to 3 million but in just a few days past year the Infinite Warfare reveal hit 500k dislikes. The reveal trailer, which is made up of in-game footage, certainly looks good. The first three Call of Duty games, as well as Call of Duty: World at War, were all set in Word War II.

Taking a cue from the success of "Battlefield 1", Activision is returning the series to its roots with "Call of Duty:WWII".

Leaks about the upcoming Activision game Call of Duty: WWII has been flowing over the last few months, which provided the media and gamers a rough picture of what the game is going to be.

Though the multiplayer reveal has been penciled in for E3 2017 in June, the first details on Call of Duty: WWII's online component are beginning to surface in the wake of Activision's grand reveal event. Be sure to check out the reveal trailer for the game below.

Sledgehammer Games' co-founder Michael Condrey has previously voiced support for diversity in games, saying that more inclusive developer is better for everybody. Unlike the one's for Call of Duty: Infinity Warfare which received an unprecedented amount of dislikes on YouTube, the reception for this one seems much more positive so far.

Call of Duty: World War II also includes a new progression system call "Divisions".

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The Call of Duty series started out with World War II, and in its return, will seemingly focus not just on the battles but also on the other horrors that envelop the war.

There's also the Pro Edition, which comes with the Season Pass and the game encased ina Steelbook for $9999.

In a report by "Call of Duty" news website CharlieIntel, leaked images of the marketing materials for the upcoming shooter game based on the World War II era suggested a november 3 launch, as well as a private beta for players who purchase the game via pre-order. The zombie mode is a new co-op experience and it will feature "Nazi Zombies".

As for Headquarters, Game Informer adds that it's a shared social space where players get rewarded, hang out, and interact outside of matches without the typical lobby structure.

In terms of the game's story, it will be set in World War 2 between the years of 1944 and 1945.

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