The Call of Duty WW2 release times have been revealed by Sledgehammer Games, so here’s when you can expect to be able to start downloading the game once your region is unlocked. The game will be going live in stages because of time zones, but hopefully it won’t take long.
The game is available on the Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC, but it appears that which platform it’s on won’t have any bearing on what time the game is released. But here are the times that you can expect the game to be released:
If you live in the United States, you can expect to be able to start downloading the game at 9 PM Pacific Time, or 12 midnight on Eastern Time. That time will unlock the game on both Steam and the Xbox One. There’s no information there on when the Playstation 4 version will unlock, but it will also likely be around the same time.
If you live in other regions, like Europe, Africa, or the Middle East, you’ll be able to start the download at 12 midnight Greenwich Mean Time. However, you’re in luck if you live in Japan, Australia, or New Zealand, as the game is already available in those areas.
No matter what the time, by this point tomorrow you’ll likely be playing the game whether the Call of Duty WW2 release times are accurate or not, considering the game is supposed to be out tomorrow. With all of the content it promises, plus its Resistance DLC pack slated to come out on January 30 for Playstation 4, you’ll likely be playing it as soon as you can, anyway.
If you need a reminder on the Call of Duty WW2 release times, just look further up the article once again. The game will be releasing tomorrow on the Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC.