Call of Duty: WW2 DLC Will Be Timed Exclusive for PS4 Again

Back to the past

Back to the past

Sledgehammer Games is developing Call of Duty: WWII. The series started in 2003, and hasn't been set in World War II since Call of Duty 3, which released in 2006. It went on to be one of the most influential FPS games in history and just had a remaster released past year alongside Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. Players will also enjoy exciting new ways to interact and socialize with their friends and the Call of Duty community.

Having had to rely on leaks and sources up and till today, fans finally found out that Call of Duty 2017 would indeed be based on the World War 2 era.

That said, nothing is official until next week's livestream event, but Call of Duty is nothing if not consistent in its platform selection and release month when it comes to its console games. More details are expected on the Sledgehammer's games next week. Co-studio heads and founders Michale Condrey and Glen Schofield previously worked at Visceral on the Dead Space series. Gamers who will purchase the PlayStation 4 version of the upcoming game will gain access to map packs 30 days early compared to players on the Xbox One and PC.

Acitvision has officially announced the next game in the hit Call of Duty franchise with Call of Duty: WWII!

Call of Duty is still a ridiculously successful franchise, but recent Call of Duty titles have struggled to achieve the same level of success as the first couple of Modern Warfare installments.

There's also the new co-op mode in Call of Duty: WW2, which is set to provide an original story and experience for players, presumably outside the normal single-player campaign. While the images were quickly taken down and replaced, a vigilant Reddit user managed to capture them beforehand, seen below. Sledgehammer Games believes that it was successful in doing so.

Of course, Call of Duty made a name for itself as a WW II shooter. Analysts expect Call of Duty: WWII to be one of the biggest Call of Duty releases ever because it's exactly what fans wanted. "We can't wait to tell you more about Call of Duty: WWII, so be sure not to miss the reveal livestream at 10 am Pacific on April 26".

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