I've made my stance on Call of Duty pretty clear in the various articles I've written on the subject leading up to the highly anticipated release of WWII.
For those of you just joining my COD opinion party, here's a little refresher course—I can handle gore and violence, I'd just rather avoid, if I can. For example, if I can avoid playing video games exhibiting realistic/bloody warfare, I will! Pretty simple, right?
No judgement here, guys. I get the appeal—what's a little Crash Bandicoot in the face of blowing up buildings resembling Nazi Germany??
Upon hearing the initial announcement back in April that COD would be revisiting it's grass roots, some fans we're pissed. I imagine that those fans prefer video games entirely riddled with zombies and flying robots. Personally, I don't trust people looking to play futuristic war games—what are you plotting?? Kidding, I know video games aren't the cause of real world tragedies—politicians are.
Anyway, take a look at the multiplayer trailer below and given the fact you willingly clicked on this article, I don't feel compelled to warn you about the sensitive nature of the content. It's simulated warfare.
As per the Call of Duty description—
"Fast-paced, grounded combat returns in Call of Duty®: WWII Multiplayer. Armed with an arsenal of iconic Allied and Axis weaponry, players are immersed in brutal gameplay as they fight to liberate a continent in the throes of tyranny."
The new Divisions feature redefines how players invest in their MP career, giving them the chance to choose from five divisions, each with their own specialized training and weapons skills. In War Mode, an entirely fresh Call of Duty experience, players must works as a team and fight for control through multiple strategic objectives.
So gear up, and get ready to join the ranks on November 3rd."