Call of Duty: WWII’s New Live Action Trailer Makes You Want to Get Your Squad Back Together

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A new trailer was revealed for Sledgehammer Games’ Call of Duty: WWII, really playing to last-generation nostalgia. The trailer is sure to make you want to gather your World at War squad again to relive those amazing moments from the game on Xbox Live, PSN, or on Steam.

The whole trailer seems to celebrate the fact that Call of Duty is finally going back to boots on the ground, World War 2 action. There are a ton of little jokes sprinkled throughout the trailer. If you’re looking for a trailer that shows off anything new from the actual game, unfortunately you won’t find that here. However, with Call of Duty’s large-scale popularity shifting to other online shooters like PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, this nostalgic call-to-arms may be what the series needs to bring back jaded fans.

In other Call of Duty news, there will be a brand new limited edition camouflage PS4 Slim bundle that’ll be packed with the game when it launches. The bundle is similar to the Black Ops III one that was released a few years ago. Also, the classic Caraten map that appeared in Call of Duty 2, United Offensive, and was remastered for Modern Warfare will be making a return in WWII exclusively to players who own the game’s season pass or the game’s pro or digital deluxe bundles.

Call of Duty: WWII will be available on November 3, 2017 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. You can check out the new trailer down below:



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