Do you think Call of Duty: WWII will have a season pass?

You’re smart enough to say yes

Here’s a quick history lesson for you, our valued readers: Every Call of Duty game since 2012’s Black Ops II has had a season pass. Technically, 2011’s Modern Warfare 3 also had one, but it was confusingly included with the cost of a Call of Duty Elite subscription. With that information, do you think this year’s Call of Duty: WWII will also have a season pass?

As they say, history tends to repeat itself. Call of Duty: WWII will have a season pass as confirmed by this early photo of the game’s Pro Edition. This version will include WWII, (presumably) all post-release add-ons, and a steelbook case. No price has been revealed, but it’s only available at GameStop in the United States.

Also mentioned is the fact that PlayStation 4 players will have first access to the private beta that leaked two days ago. This was already assumed, as Sony has had initial rights to everything Call of Duty for the past few years. All of this will most likely be made official when Activision holds its reveal event tomorrow at 10am Pacific.

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