‘Call of Duty: WW2’ Beta, Trailer, Release Date Leaked; Battles In Europe’s Iconic Locations Expected

By Ben Lindon , Updated May 02, 2017 01:32 PM EDT

"Call of Duty: WW2" leaked images have been unveiled before the game's first official trailer goes live. Activision is expected to feature a worldwide livestream of "Call of Duty: WW2" on April 26 at 6pm BST. Apparently, a PS2 featured campaign is making a comeback on the upcoming World War 2-era shooter.

Big Red One Campaign Makes A Comeback

One of the dead giveaways of "Call of Duty: WW2" is an image rumored to be of the main character. The image was revealed on Twitter showing a charter rumored to be part of the US Army's 1st Infantry also known as The Big Red One. It should be noted that back in 2005, the "Call of Duty: Big Red One" also covered the exact campaign on Gamecube, Xbox and PS2.

"Call of Duty: WW2" may even feature the same outfits as seen in one screenshot. The image reveals that the game is set in western Europe. However, rumor has it that the game may be patterned after the North African campaign as well as the US 1st Infantry may be headed towards France.

"Call of Duty: WW2" gamers are also set to visit Normandy beach once more. This setting has been featured before in "Medal of Honor: Allied Assault" as well as on the "Call of Duty 2," Uproxx reported.

Private Beta And Release Date Revealed

In other news, the first "Call of Duty: WW2" teaser has been leaked. The teaser rolled out across Instagram and YouTube as sponsored content to promote the game. The video shows waves going up and down along with sounds of gunfire and heavy artillery shelling.

"Call of Duty: WW2" is rumored to recreate features close to the Normandy beach landings, Daily Star UK reported. The leak also noted that the game will feature battle across iconic locations in Europe. Rumors have also been circulating that a private beta is in store for those who preorder the game. The teaser also revealed a release date of November 3, 2017.


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