Multiplayer Trailer For Call Of Duty: WWII Is Gory And Glorious

During Sony’s press conference at E3 2017, the new multiplayer trailer for Call of Duty: WWII was released and it looks tremendous. Based on the new multiplayer trailer for the upcoming CoD, it appears to be the goriest chapter in the successful first-person shooter franchise.

Fast-paced, grounded combat returns in Call of Duty®: WWII Multiplayer. Armed with an arsenal of iconic Allied and Axis weaponry, players are immersed in brutal gameplay as they fight to liberate a continent in the throes of tyranny.

The new Divisions feature redefines how players invest in their MP career, giving them the chance to choose from five divisions, each with their own specialized training and weapons skills. In War Mode, an entirely fresh Call of Duty experience, players must work as a team and fight for control through multiple strategic objectives.

Call Of Duty: WWII Ditches Create-A-Class System, Introduces New And Realistic Divisions

The trailer for CoD: WWII is gritty, gory, and glorious. It features what may be the first dismemberment in the game’s franchise.

Call of Duty: WWII goes back to its roots of World War II to attempt to combat Battlefield that stole so much of Activision’s luster with their World War I-based game. This is the first CoD game to be set in World War 2 since 2009’s Call of Duty: World at War.

Call of Duty: WWII is being developed by Sledgehammer Games, the studio responsible for 2011’s Modern Warfare 3 and 2014’s Advanced Warfare. Call of Duty: WWII will be released on November 3 for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One.

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