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'Call of Duty: WWII' Releases First Trailer - AskMen

Call of Duty: WWII just got its first trailer. It's fair to say it's a little intense. Long Story. The hype machine starts now. There was plenty of excitement last week when Activision announced Call of Duty: World War II, which would return the ...and more »

GS News - All The Call of Duty WW2 Details; Free PlayStation Games In May! - GameSpot

Join Jess McDonell every weekday for a punchy wrap-up of the biggest news to come out of video games! Host: Jess McDonell. Crew: Edmond Tran · Load Comments (0). Latest Episodes. GS News Update: New Fortnite Battle Pass Detailed. GS News ...and more »

Call of Duty WWII is about killing for fun. Why pretend otherwise? - The Guardian

An obsession over realism means latest in Activision's Call of Duty franchise is more Saving Private Ryan than Inglourious Basterds – and that's a problem. Contact author. @keefstuart. Thu 27 Apr 2017 06.39 EDT Last modified on Tue 12 Dec 2017 06.36 ...and more »

If Call of Duty: WW2 really wants to go back to its roots, that means making the campaign unmissable - PCGamesN

Call of Duty: WW2 has been shown to the world, and Activision are being very clear on one thing: the series is going back to its roots. But what does that mean? The mega-publisher is insistent that it's all about “boots on the ground”, but that doesn't ...and more »

6 things we learned from the Call of Duty WW2 global reveal, from zombie co-op to Private Beta - DigitalSpy.com

Call of Duty and Destiny publisher Activision, after much social-teaser tickling, has finally drawn back the curtain on its latest historic militarymonsteramid a flurry of repeated words. "Gritty", "dark" and "authentic" were among the list that ...and more »

I can't take 'Call of Duty: WWII' seriously as long as it has zombies in it - Digital Trends

On April 26, Sledgehammer Games and Activision pulled back the curtain on the 2017 entry of the Call of Duty franchise, Call of Duty: WWII. After years of increasingly futuristic first-person shooters, the new Call of Duty will return to the gritty ...and more »

Call Of Duty: WWII Has Locked Something Behind An Enigma Machine - Cinema Blend

Activision and Sledgehammer Games are officially moving the marketing machine behind the upcoming Call of Duty: WWII, and that means having a bit of fun with sending gamers on a quest to uncover clues and hints like some sort of miniature ARG. Over on ...and more »

Duty Calls Popular Shooter Back to World War II - TechNewsWorld

Call of Duty will return to its World War II roots when the latest title arrives this November, publisher Activision Blizzard announced on Wednesday. The franchise has been a steady hit maker since its 2003 debut. Various titles in the series have ...and more »

'Call of Duty: WWII' Zombies: Sledgehammer teases new zombies mode - Mic

Zombies mode has become a game unto itself since being introduced to Call of Duty in 2008's World at War. The co-op, wave-based survival mode has become increasingly involved over the years, bringing in playable celebrity characters and bizarre ...and more »

Call of Duty: WW2 Won't Have Health Regen, Ammo Pickups - Game Rant

Following a number of leaks, Activision finally revealed Call of Duty: WW2 in detail yesterday, bringing the franchise back to its roots with World War II and giving fans a taste of the campaign with a first look trailer. While previous Call of Duty ...and more »