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Call Of Duty WWII's First Trailer Showcases An Explosive And Emotional Battlefield

By Alessia Amherst , Apr 27, 2017 05:00 AM EDT

Call of Duty: WWII's first trailer has been released showing off some of the things fans should expect in the game. Similarly, the first few details about the campaign mode have also surfaced.

Game's First Trailer Officially Revealed

According to The Verge, the recent trailer further fortifies the fact that CoD is returning to its WWII roots. While the clip had not shown off too much gameplay, the description promises that fans will be able to play through the story of ordinary men who became soldiers in the 1st Infantry Division. These men will then fight for freedom in the face of tyranny.

Needless to say, the trailer features an action-packed battlefield while showing a dramatic narrative. In line with this, PVPLive reports that players will take the role of Red Daniels who joins his friend, Private Robert Zussman as they fight through the German lines in France. They will be joined by the powerful female resistance leader, Rosseau who will form a close bond with the cast.

Call of Duty: WWII Initial Plot Details

Moreover, the campaign will take place between 1944 and 1945 set in the European theater of World War II. Josh Dumal will be voicing Daniel throughout the entire single player campaign. That aside, Sledgehammer Co-Founder Michael Condrey actually hinted one of the campaign locations via a tweet, which the internet detectives solved fairly quickly.

Fans should expect the fortifications of Gibraltar, which might feature some interesting air raids or naval combat. Players will also undergo two missions in the Hurtgen Forest and Normandy. Players will have to navigate through a sea of trees and the Omaha Beach during their struggles.

Call of Duty: WII will officially launch on Nov. 3 on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Those who have yet to see the first trailer can watch it now.

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