A little while back, Activision and Sledgehammer Games officially revealed the next chapter in the Call of Duty saga, a throwback to World War II that a lot of fans are certainly getting behind. And in just half an hour, we'll be getting even more details about the game.
The developer will be hosting a livestreaming developer Q & A on Facebook Live in 30 minutes, which you can watch in the video below. A number of the game's creators will be on hand to discuss the forthcoming Call of Duty: WWII, including what fans can expect from the single player campaign, as well as possible details about the forthcoming multiplayer options and Zombies mode.
Granted, we aren't going to get everything, as Sledgehammer and Activision are more than likely holding a few surprises for the E3 presentation that's going to happen in just a few short weeks, with Call of Duty: WWII likely to be presented during Sony's showcase on Monday evening before the show. But we will be able to get more details as to what to expect from the game, at the very least, and maybe even some behind-the-scenes details on the painstaking effort that Sledgehammer Games has put into the forthcoming game.
This is just the first of many streams that will build up to the game's release this November, as Sledgehammer will provide a number of new details into its creation, as well as what to expect from new features as they're announced for the game. Glen Schofield and Michael Condrey, the co-founders for the studio, will likely be part of the series, alongside other pivotal members of the Sledgehammer team. Check out their debut video below, with a few bloopers – just for fun, y'know?
The video will be broadcast here. We'll post details on what we learn from the live broadcast once it concludes, in case you miss anything.
There's no doubt there's a lot of excitement going into Call of Duty: WWII, and we can't wait to see the finished product.