Sony showed off a trailer for the multiplayer mode of Call of Duty WW2 at its E3 conference, confirming that yes, there is multiplayer, and it skips across the various European battlefields you might expect.
Thankfully, fans of the series did receive some additional content in the form of a new Call of Duty: WW2 gameplay trailer that depicted the horrors of war.
When you play online, you can choose to join one of five Divisions, and each one has its own "specialized training and weapons skills". In War Mode, an entirely fresh Call of Duty experience, players must works as a team and fight for control through multiple strategic objectives. It indicates that Call of Duty: WW2 multiplayer will span geographic locations, with references to Western and Eastern fronts (though most of the footage looks like Western front).
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Looks like new old online game, Activision and Sledgehammer Games show in the latest trailer.
The private beta will be open to pre-order customers, who will then be given a beta code in order to access it when the time comes. We'll find out on November 3rd.
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