Call of Duty: WWII will be released on November 3 and today we got to see the reveal trailer from developer Sledgehammer Games. The focus is on the reality of that international conflict and how it felt to face it as a common man or woman, not a super solider.
In the stunning trailer we get a glimpse of some of the cast, which includes Josh Duhamel, (who you'll recognize from the Transformers movies and Stephen King adaptation 11.22.63) Jonathan Tucker, (from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Kingdom) and Bosch and Cult actor (and Call Of Duty regular) Jeffrey Pierce.
During the livestream earlier today developer Sledgehammer Games revealed a few details about the game multiplayer sections too. There's a new war mode with Allies versus Axis and "iconic World War II battles," the chance to play with infantry and armored divisions and a "headquarters" which will function as a social meeting space. More details on all of that will be revealed at E3, but a tweet from the studio answered one of the really big questions.