New Marketing For ‘Call Of Duty: WWII’ Reveals Release Date, New Features [VIDEO]

By , UniversityHerald Reporter

Marketing has failed to keep secrets once again as new marketing for "Call of Duty: WWII" has leaked the video game's release date and many more other details. It also revealed that those who will preorder the game will get a nice gift.

New "Call Of Duty: WWII" Marketing Copy Reveals Important Details

A new leak has surfaced recently that revealed important details of upcoming "Call of Duty: WWII." One of those details was its release date, which suggested that it will be released on Nov. 3. A private beta test will also be opened to those who preordered the video game for early testing, a fan posted on the official website of Reddit.

"Call Of Duty: WWII" Reveals Co-Operative Mode, Original Story

Another detail that the "Call of Duty: WII" marketing leaked revealed was the co-operative mode, and it will have a new and original story for players and fans to enjoy. It will be a standalone game experience, which suggests that it will not be an optional mode within the game's main campaign, Polygon reported.

The marketing item of "Call of Duty: WWII" also revealed that players will be fighting sometime in Normandy on D-Day, and they will be battling across Europe through some iconic locations in World War II time. The multiplayer aspect of the game will have maps set on the many locations of World War II. It also teased that players will be able to enjoy new ways to interact and socialize with their friends in this community.

"Call Of Duty: WWII" Co-Founder Thanks Fans For Reaction

"Call of Duty: WWII" game developer Sledgehammer Games tweeted a video message from their co-founder Glen Schofield about their upcoming video game. He thanked the fans for the positive reaction to its semi-reveal a few days ago. He also thanked his own team for the time and dedication they did in developing the game, DualShockers reported.

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