Perhaps realizing that its fans are aching for new information, Activision has shared some information about Call of Duty: WW2. Apparently the game developer is coming out with a new system that will affect the customization of the class system. Will this change be for the better?
There Will Be A New System In The Game
In the eyes of Activision, it is so because by implementing these new changes in Call of Duty: WW2 will improve the gameplay of the video game. Actually, the game developer will replace the create-a-class system with the new Divisions system. In other words, the old system is no longer the system of the new game.
Since the release of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare in 2007, the create-a-class system has always been a part of its multiplayer game mode. This system enables gamers to customize the gameplay the way that they want it. They are offered different gun varieties, equipments, attachments, perks and many more. Thus they are able to create their own play styles.
There Will Be Five Different Iconic WW II Divisions
Michael Condrey, Sledgehammer Games Chief Operating and Development Officer confirmed that the Division System will be the new gameplay system in the upcoming Call of Duty: WW2. Glen Schofield, also head at Sledgehammer that instead of just customizing their weapons loadout, the Division System will provide five different "iconic" WWII Divisions with each having different weapons skills, division training and combat training.
Schofield also explained that this new system actually "redefines how gamers invest in their multiplayer soldier career." In effect, the new Division System in Call of Duty: WW2 will enable gamers to choose from five already developed and different characters. Sledgehammer claims that this will create a considerable impact on the multiplayer experience of gamers.
Fans are expecting Sledgehammer to reveal more details about this new Division system of Call of Duty: WW2 in the upcoming E3 2017 which is scheduled to start on June 13, Tuesday and ends on June 15, Thursday.