I use the word “leak” loosely here
The official reveal for the next Call of Duty that will fail to live up to whatever game in the series you prefer is set for April 26, but we’re already learning details about it thanks to some “leaks.”
Marketing materials for the game have made their way to the Twitterverse, spoiling everything from the release date to the campaign. Or not spoiling anything at all depending on what you consider a spoiler. If you want to go into this week’s official reveal blind as a bat, stop reading now.
Call of Duty: WWII will launch November 3, which is a Friday, and will feature a campaign that will take gamers to the beaches of Normandy and through “iconic locations in history’s most monumental war.” The story will focus on the bond between soldiers, one of whom may be Mr. Fergalicious Josh Duhamel.
There will also be a co-op mode with a “new and original story” that is referred to as a “standalone game experience.” The marketing materials also say a private beta will be available to those who preorder the game.