Call of Duty: WWII developer Sledgehammer Games already mentioned that it will not shy away from the atrocities of the war. It will cover some memorable battles and moments including Operation Neptune aka D-Day. What’s interesting about Call of Duty: WWII D-Day is that players will be able to actually experience this event through the eyes of the other side.
According to Micheal Condray, Call of Duty: WWII D-Day can be experienced by players as Nazis. Speaking in a recent interview, he stated that there is a game mode called War Mode that will have players in the middle of the battle during D-Day.
However, your job would be to stop the troops from crossing the beech while playing as a Nazi.
One of the War maps is Operation Neptune and that’s D-Day. You will play D-Day from the Axis perspective; you’ll begin by having to hold the Allies off the beach, and I don’t think anyone’s ever seen that before, let alone played that before.
It would be an interesting way to play but it can attract the wrong crowd to the game. The COD community is already toxic enough as it is.
Call of Duty: WWII is releasing on November 3 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Sledgehammer is offering three different variants for COD this year. The standard version, the digital deluxe edition which comes with the season pass, and the pro edition which comes with the season pass and more.
Pre orders for the game are now live on PlayStation Store, Xbox Marketplace, Steam, and third party retailers. It is being said that next year’s Call of Duty may not be released outside of Battle.Net.