Last month Call of Duty: WWII exploded onto the scene in a big way, with Activision and Sledgehammer games revealing a ton of pertinent information about the back-to-basics shooter. We learned about the game's gritty single-player campaign, it's multiplayer, which will include a new Headquarters social hub, that the game will feature Transformers star Josh Duhamel and other name actors, and a lot more!
Of course, there are still many lingering Call of Duty: WWII questions left to be answered. Thankfully, we may get some of those answers this week, as its been announced there will be a major Call of Duty: WWII Facebook Live stream this coming Tuesday:
It's unclear whether this livestream will include any new gameplay footage, or if it will just be guys from Sledgehammer Games sitting around answering questions. Maybe a little from column A, a little from column B? Hopefully the Sledgehammer guys are prepared, because you know the fans aren't going to be lobbing softballs!
Maybe we'll get some answers about the announced Nazi Zombies mode? Or what exactly you can do in the multiplayer Headquarters hub? Or more info on how female soldiers will be implemented into the game? Heck, maybe somebody will slip up and admit Call of Duty: WWII is coming out on the Nintendo Switch? Yeah, that last one's a stretch, but a Switch owner can hope!
As the above Tweet mentions, the Call of Duty: WWII Facebook Live stream begins at 3pm PT/6pm ET on May 23. Get your questions ready!