The September edition of Game Informer was published, and the story on its cover is about the hit game Call of Duty: WWII, which will be released in November this year. The information shared in this magazine relates to many aspects of the game, and reveals some of the tasks that the player will participate in.
One of them – called “The Wolf’s Den” – will send players into the enemy base by disguising in a Nazi uniform. And they need to keep interacting, talking and doing the right thing to avoid being suspicious. It sounds pretty interesting.
Game Informer said this secret activity was a completely different experience from the rest of the game, and there are the emergence of unique tools and techniques to help players overcome the dramatical chase.
Overall, in the campaign mode of the game, you can participate in a battles across Europe. The first mission is the rendition of the legendary D-Day campaign on Omaha Beach, Normady. According to Game Informer, it will feel quite similar to what you have experienced in the classic movie “Rescue Private Ryan”.
The other missions include Operation Cobra, Train (where you will cooperate with the British army to stop a German trains), and the Hurgten Forest (cross the Rhine river to go to Berlin).
Call of Duty: WWII will be released on November 3rd for the PS4, Xbox One and PC. The beta test will be released before launching this game from August 25th on the PS4.