The leaked Call of Duty World War 2 poster from earlier is a fake. We have confirmation from a number of sources that this year’s game is going to World War II but the advertising poster leaked earlier was not from Activision’s title.
The dealer who was associated with the leak confirmed that this poster is indeed a fake and they have nothing to do with it.
— NOTICIAS COD (@noticiascod2017) April 3, 2017
FYI, turns out the "leaked" fnac poster from this morning was fake.
— charlieINTEL.com (@charlieINTEL) April 3, 2017
The last time we stepped foot in this timeline was when Call of Duty: World at War released in 2008. Call of Duty’s high points lay within games based on World War. Going back to World War 2 in 2017 would not only be nostalgic but something that can manage to satisfy a better part of the community that has been begging for change.
Call of Duty World War 2 should be announced in the coming days and its multiplayer reveal should be expected at E3 2017. Sony will most probably do the owners of revealing the multiplayer mode for the game.
Sony’s E3 2017 press event is set for the second week of June. We are expecting to not only see Call of Duty but other IPs like The Last of Us Part 2, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Gran Turismo, Destiny 2, and much more.
Do you think Call of Duty is doing the right thing by going back to World War? Or is Vietnam more suited this time around? Let us know in the comments below.