Major Leaked Details You Should Know About Call Of Duty WW2

CoD devotees looked on in envy when the Battlefield camp enjoyed an authentic romp through World War I territory, while they were stuck stargazing in zero gravity.  Infinite Warfare’s below-par sales figures reflected the fans’ disappointment but it appears their discontent hasn’t fallen upon deaf ears at Activision.

Launching 3rd November

Another Call of Duty: WW2 leak has been doing the rounds on Reddit and Twitter bearing similar artwork to those steelbooks, along with an extra nugget of information – a potential release date.

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This particular leak takes the form of a D-Day-themed poster with ‘3rd November’ emblazoned at the top of it.

Although the blurriness of the image has led to a few Redditors questioning its authenticity, an early November debut for CoD: WW2 makes sense since previous entries have landed around then.

File this one under rumour for now, but don’t expect any bookmaker worth their salt to give you decent odds against.

“Play Early On PlayStation”

Sticking with the grainy leak that caused a storm on social media, to the top right of the previous image sees the text ‘Play early on PlayStation’ just about visible.

Sony and Activision have a timed exclusivity agreement in place which has allowed Call of Duty fans on PlayStation to smugly get their mitts on Modern Warfare Remastered and Infinite Warfare DLC before their Xbox and PC counterparts.


No doubt the ‘Play early on PlayStation’ feature is a product of the same deal, but it doesn’t sound like it necessarily refers to DLC on this occasion.

CoD: WW2 could feasibly hit PlayStation 4 early, giving Sony fanboys even more reason to be smug, or perhaps players will be granted access to early beta tests.

‘Photo-Realistic’ Visuals

Sledgehammer Games may be keeping schtum about the next Call of Duty, but it might have prematurely given away a few hints about its direction in a job listing.

The ad, posted on parent company Activision’s website, confirms that the studio is seeking a designer to join the CoD team.

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While that revelation taken at face value isn’t especially interesting, there’s a nugget of noteworthy info in the job description – the successful candidate must be skilled in the creation of “believable, photo-realistic 3D models and textures from concept art and photo reference.”

It’s the ‘photo-realistic’ part which jumps out at us, as this suggests the next CoD will be a heavy hitter in the visual department and mark a graphical upturn for the series.


Given that Battlefield 1 is one of the best looking games of the current generation, it makes sense that Sledgehammer Games is amping up its team to return fire.

Source – Whatculture

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