Activision and Sledgehammer Games published another trailer Call of Duty: WWII. A new clip is dedicated to the plot campaign, many of the details of which the creators have kept to this day secret.
The main hero of WWII will be an ordinary Ronald Daniels, nicknamed Red. He is a rookie from the First Infantry Division of the US Army, and his baptism of fire takes place during the landing in Normandy. After that, he and his detachment go deep into Europe, fighting along the way in such not-unknown places as the Ardennes and Hurtgenwald.
The transition from futuristic scenery to the Second World War will not do without some gameplay changes. In particular, in the campaign of the new Call of Duty there will be no health regeneration – players will have to look for first-aid kits or hope for the help of doctors. Also, the main character is not a killing machine, as it was before, he has to stick closer to the squad and get bonuses for it. If the rifles run out of ammunition, you can go to a friend and get an additional clip. During some missions, it will not work, so you'll have to completely change the strategy.
There is no way to test a single campaign before the release of the game, but from September 29 to October 2 on Steam there will be an open beta testing of the multiplayer. Full version of Call of Duty: WWII will be released on November 3 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.