It seems that with the decision to take Call of Duty back to its roots Activision hit the jackpot. Yesterday’s Call of Duty: WWII announcement has kindled a lot of excitement and the official reveal trailer has been received very enthusiastically by players. That’s quite opposite to how fans reacted to last year’s Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare first trailer – that one was smashed by a wave of criticism and the trailer itself became the second of YouTube’s 100 most disliked videos (right behind Justin Bieber’s Baby music video) – the initial reaction was 20,000 likes and 400,000 dislikes after just a couple of days.
Yesteday’s Call of Duty: WWII reveal trailer is a different story. The video has already got over 540,000 likes with only about 41,000 dislikes, and truly, this one is a pleasure to watch. It introduces a personal story of American soldiers sent to Normandy, Europe during the world’s most devastating conflict. Apart from the single player campaign, the game will offer story-driven co-op zombie mode as well as competitive multiplayer.
Call of Duty: WWII is slated for launch on November 3, 2017. The game is going to be available on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 – the latter will be receiveing seasonal DLCs earlier.