We’ve heard rumors about it, we’ve seen posters, but now it’s official. Call of Duty: WWII (yes, that’s what it’s being called) has official been announced.
The announcement comes the official Call of Duty Twitter account, which confirmed what we’ve known was going to happen for awhile: instead of going into space and fight Jon Snow, the next game in the long running series will take us back to World War II. Fans have been criticizing the series for years because the last few entries in the series have been going a bit heavy on the sci-fi elements, this will hopefully ease some of their concerns. We’ll see more of the game in action during a livestream on April 26th at 10 AM Pacific Time.
While nothing official has been announced yet, it’s pretty safe to assume that it’ll be the usual suspects when it comes to what systems Call of Duty: WWII will release on, PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 (though I’m kind of hoping for a Switch version), and will most likely release sometime this year. Probably in November.
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) April 21, 2017