You can grab issue #307 to get all the details for yourself, but most of it has already made its way online. You can check out our story featuring new Call of Duty: WWII multiplayer information and concept art, right here.
Well, over the past couple days, some additional images from the Edge story have snuck onto Reddit, most of which appear to be actual screenshots rather than just concept art. Most of these images have been scanned by charmingly-named Redditor, Turdthethird. Scroll on down to check out the new images.
First up, we have this trio of images, which seem to be taken from actual gameplay footage. We have another look at Josh Duhamel’s character Sgt. William Pierson. The second image, which is actually just the right half of the previous image, shows Pierson is standing in front of some sort of church while gunfire blazes all around him. Finally, we have a classic Band of Brothers shot, as our squad follows behind a row of tanks.
Next, we have this artsy image, glimpsed through a bombed-out car window. It isn’t entirely clear if this image is in-game or concept art. The storefront in the background seems to indicate we’re in a German city.
Finally, we have a new image of Jonathan Tucker’s character Pvt. Robert Zussman. This image seems to be from a rather gloomy forested area we haven’t really seen before. Hmmm!0comments
It’s hard to say if any major Call of Duty: WWII plot points or details can be gleaned from these images, but they do paint the picture of a properly gritty, nicely varied game. Again, if you want to check out the full Call of Duty: WWII feature, you can find it in Edge issue 307. Subscribe to the magazine to make sure you don't miss an issue!