Every year, a new “Call of Duty” game comes out — it’s an annual franchise, like “Madden” and “FIFA,” except it’s a first-person shooter instead of a sports game.
2017 is no different, and this year’s “Call of Duty” just got the big reveal treatment. It’s called “Call of Duty: WWII”:
In the big reveal, we get a taste for the horrific nightmare that was fighting in World War II — storming the beaches at Normandy on D-Day and pushing through Western Europe (to name a couple examples).
The game’s publisher, Activision, isn’t offering many details about the game just yet. Here’s what we know:
- The game is set in World War II (obvious).
- It’s scheduled to launch on November 3.
- It follows “the 1st Infantry Division as they fight to preserve freedom in the face of tyranny.”
- It’s set in the European theater of World War II.
We also know that it’s got some impressive graphics, like this scene, from the game’s re-creation of D-Day:
And this bombing raid, which looks terrifying:
The game is planned for a November 3 launch, and it’s coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. We’ll assuredly learn more about its multiplayer modes and single-player campaign as the year goes on. For now, we’ve got the reveal trailer right here: