announced . And you know what? Iâm actually somewhat excited for this.
I have always been a bit of a fan for World War 2 shooters. I mean, I still consider World At War to be one of the best shooters ever made, and definitely the best WWII shooter of all time. The atmosphere, the gritty and dark combat. The chaos and confusion of war. World War 2 is by far one of my favorite settings in a first person shooter, and while I absolutely cannot deny the masterpiece that was Call of Duty 4, I gotta admit; I miss WW2.
So, to hear that Call of Duty was going back to its roots, I was pretty damn excited. I finally get to experience the joys of combat in a World War 2 setting again.
And then I look at the image, and notice something… Well, something odd. Look closely into the eyes of the soldier, and you’ll see three more soldiers reflected in front of you. Does this mean that Call of Duty is going to have a dedicated co-op mode built straight into the campaign itself? Because like, that would be kinda awesome. I would love to be able to experience the joys of WW2 with my friends. Perhaps even kill them, assuming friendly fire’s a thing. (please be a thing)
Of course, the big announcement wonât happen until Wednesday. What features will we get this time around? Whatâs the campaign like? Is it historically accurate, or is wall running gonna be a thing? There are still so many questions left unanswered, and it doesnât seem like weâre going to get any more news out of Activision or Sledgehammer Games until their official livestream unveiling this Wednesday.
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Related Game(s): Call of Duty WWII