Activision recently announced their upcoming sequel for Call of Duty that is Call of Duty: World War II. This game will be set in World War II era in Omaha Beach & Normandy. This game will get a World Reveal Trailer on April 26, 2017. Players are already hyped about this new installment to this series. If we take a look back at those leaks for Call of Duty: WWII, they were totally legit featuring the same soldier and same environment.

UPDATE #2: Call of Duty: WWII GameStop pre-order bonus Leaked! Check it out:

That’s not all! This new image also popped-up recently. If we take a closer look, we can see that Bad-ass Tank. This may be included in Special Edition yet to be revealed. Call of Duty: WWII will be getting revealed in less than 8 hours. Stay Tuned for latest updates! Take a look at leaked image here:

UPDATE: Call of Duty: WWII Private Beta will be minimum of three days long! If we take a closer look at the bottom of this image, we can see there’s ‘Minimum Beta duration is 3 days.’ Obviously it’ll extend later on which also happened with last two Call of Duty games.

This Image has been leaked on Twitter featuring Call of Duty: WWI Pro Edition and an PlayStation Exclusive Private Beta access. Take a look:

As we can see, Pro Edition will include Base game, Steel Book and Season Pass as well. That’s not all, at the bottom at the image, it says ‘Also Include Additional Bonus Content’. This can be some World War II themed gadgets. We will get an official Reveal Trailer Tomorrow at 10AM PDT.

If you don’t know, Call of Duty: WWII World Reveal Event is being held in Central London. This is everything we know so far about this live event! This Call of Duty game won’t be having Zombies as a third gamemode. In replacement, it will feature a new gamemode called ‘High-Octane Co-Operative’ which will feature a completely new story-line for the game. Learn more about it here.

John Duhamel is pretty much confirmed for a proper role in Call of Duty: WWII. This has been confirmed after he started following Call of Duty on twitter. What are your thoughts on this? Let us know in comments!

Source: Twitter

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