We’re just a few days away from this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo, and millions of gamers out there are looking forward to reveals for new products, as well as more information on announced games for popular franchises. And amongst them is Activision’s Call of Duty: WWII, which will no doubt get huge exposure at the event.
Along with having some kind of presence at Sony’s press conference this year, which takes place on Monday night, the game will also have a huge showcase on the show floor at Activision’s booth, where some kind of multiplayer set-up will be expected, along with an extensive look at the game’s single player campaign.
But if you need any proof that Call of Duty: WWII is set to dominate this year’s E3, you need not look any further than outside the expo hall, as there’s a huge banner hanging over one of the halls that reminds you that Activision is more than ready for war.
Michael Condrey, the co-founder of the game’s developer, Sledgehammer Games, recently took to Twitter with a new image from the expo hall, featuring a gigantic Call of Duty: WWII banner hanging outside, complete with the reminder of its release date and many pictures of soldiers preparing for a fight. “The countdown hype is real. #CODWWIIMP #E3,” he tweeted, with the image that you can see below.
Of course, being E3 week and all, it’s not really a surprise to see the title get huge exposure into the public. We reported earlier this week that both Star Wars: Battlefront II and God of War were getting huge murals outside the expo hall, indicating they were ready for their own big showcases as well. And we’ll likely see even more advertising go up in the next few days, as companies get prepared for potentially the biggest game show of the year.0comments
Call of Duty: WWII should have tremendous attention over the course of the three-day event, and we’ll bring you any new details that come from it, as well as when to possibly expect the PlayStation 4 beta, which is set to launch sometime before the game’s arrival later this year. Hopefully we’ll be able to get our hands on it sooner rather than later.