First Call Of Duty WWII Images Don’t Give Much Away

Rejoice, Call of Duty fans. After years of dabbling with modern and futuristic settings, Call of Duty will be going back to its roots.

Activision and Sledgehammer Games will debut “Call of Duty WWII” next Wednesday but until then there’s no much info to go on.


The closest we’ve got to an actual screenshot is the image above, reportedly taken from an earlier version of the game’s website.

It shows three small, low res images that pretty much confirm what’s been said about COD WII so far. At the very least, we can see that Sledgehammer will be opting for an authentic experience as opposed to weaving in its own alternate history as DICE did with Battlefield 1.

Source: Reddit

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  1. Has it been confirmed that it’s Sledgehammer Games? I know it’s their “turn”, but until now I wasn’t sure we’d heard confirmation?

    • They’re not shouting about it a moment while they’re teasing the reveal, but it is Sledgehammer.

  2. Ughhhh call of duty… Yawn

  3. Does it need to give much away? Its CoD. I think we all know what we are going to get.

  4. Can’t wait to see more on Wednesday

  5. Well, look at all you negative nancies – that’s my job.

    I’m really looking forward to the SP campaign (don’t play MP). I’ve enjoyed all the COD SP Campaign’s since WAW, Ghost’s probably being my favourite.

    The original COD games were before my time so I haven’t played a WW2 era COD since WAW. Glad to see this time period is being revisited.

    • “Ghost’s probably being my favourite.”

      Really? I mostly play these games for the SP campaign as well, but I thought Ghosts was actually the weakest (that was the one with the brothers right?) especially the ending.. Personally, I enjoyed Advanced Warfare’s campaign myself (not counting the Modern Warfare games here, of which the first was obv. the best one).

      To each their own, I guess.

      • Definitely my favourite of the PS4 COD games.

        I liked how nearly every mission was a different location. One moment you are escaping a crumbling city, then you’re floating around in space, fleeing a tsunami-like flood, sneaking through tall grass in a jungle, sabotaging an oil rig, deep sea diving etc.

        I never once lost interest in the campaign because the locations were so varied. Ghosts was the first COD game I’d played in ages and I picked up Advanced Warfare, Black Ops 3 and Infinite Warfare soon after completing it. I blitzed through them all but didn’t enjoy any of them as much as I enjoyed playing Ghosts.

        They’re all great campaigns but Ghosts defintely stood out as a clear winner for me.

  6. Oh wow, such promise. This is surely to kickstart the WWII shooter genre.

    Yes, I’m being sarcastic. Activision, sod off and come back when you have something proper to show.

  7. Some amusing negativity but I’m always excited by the reveal while not always the actual game. Activisions hoopla is always fun.

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