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Trailer Blazing: Call of Duty – WWII

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“If you build it, they will come.” That quote is from a baseball film, but I’ll use it to describe the revolving annual cash cow of the Call of Duty (COD) universe.

Activision is no longer trying to go futuristic technology with the COD franchise, but has elected to reboot go back to its roots. This time, COD’s time piece has the updated horsepower of the PS4 and Xbox One to deliver the most realistic and mature entry these brown eyes have seen in over 30 years of gaming. More importantly, you’ve got over a decade of COD experience since we were last taking on Hitler and the Nazi regime in Activision’s FPS flagship title. A decade of experience, a lot of trial and error, and a lot of discoveries that will no doubt provide more exciting scenarios than previously thought up on the PS2 titles of yesteryear.

According to Activision, Sledgehammer Games has been carefully preparing this title for the past 2.5 years. The ultra-realistic visuals of the trailer confirm this extra time and patience to build up this title to the gem in this trailer. It’s so good, you can basically stack up the Normandy battle scenes against Spielberg’s classic film Saving Private Ryan. You would probably not know the difference between film footage and that in-game engine going beast mode on your eyes. While the trailer is mainly the single player campaign footage, Activision has already confirmed it will release more information on the multiplayer pieces of the game at E3 2017.

The game will drop on November 3rd on the Playstation4 and the Xbox One. Are you ready to jump back into WWII with the COD franchise?

Source(s): Playstation 4 YouTube Channel

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