Call of Duty: WWII is one of the worst kept secrets in the industry right now. Activision has yet to announce the latest entry in its ongoing first-person shooter series – which looks to be making a welcome return to the days of World War II – but we’ve seen quite a few pieces of promotional advertising indicating that the game’s all but confirmed.
Well, that could change very quickly. Rumors are spreading around right now that the game is set for an imminent reveal – perhaps as soon as tomorrow.
Player One is reporting that Activision will finally unveil the first trailer for the game as soon as tomorrow afternoon, showing off Sledgehammer Games’ work on the forthcoming game. There are also rumors that the trailer could be broadcasting on television this weekend as well, perhaps during the NBA Playoffs – similar to how Call of Duty reveals have gone in the past.
Activision hasn’t officially confirmed whether a trailer is coming our way or not, but the timing seems about right. Over the past few years, the publisher has revealed its latest entries in the Call of Duty series during the late April/early May period, including games like Advanced Warfare, Black Ops III and Infinite Warfare. So it only makes sense that WWII get a similar push, though fans aren’t quite sure where it’ll pop up first – television or Internet.
No matter where it pops up, though, it looks like it’ll finally be out in the open, and we’ll get some of the details on the series’ “return to greatness.” Activision cited earlier in the year that, while Infinite Warfare sold reasonably well, it was aware of fans’ disappointment in going into the future, and promised to return the series back to its roots. It looks like WWII will be the title that certainly makes amends in that regard.
As far as the leaked advertising is concerned, we’ve attached a gallery featuring all the promotional artwork that’s been spotted for the game thus far. Soon enough, that’ll be official, and we’ll be able to get legitimately excited for the series’ return to older times.