The highly anticipated first person shooter game “Call Of Duty: WWII” will be released on November 3, 2017. Interesting details are starting to surface online given that the title is nearing its official launch. Activision has recently revealed the price of the game along with other inclusions. Among these includes the Strategy Guide Deployment Kit, which costs more than its Special Edition.

Deployment Kit

Prima Games recently announced the Strategy Guide Deployment Kit of “Call of Duty: WWII.” The kit has items that can be useful in real life, which includes a World War II themed flashlight and canteen.

There is also a set of dog tags for the game’s main character, Ronald Daniels. Players will get a 192-page blank journal and a collector’s edition strategy guide for the game. This guide is a hard cover version of the game’s regular guide.

Aside from those, a Deployment Kit is also included. This has an 8x10 piece of propaganda artwork and an 11x17 poster of the game’s artwork. For players who would like to learn more about the Second World War beyond what is featured in the game, the kit also includes a World War II Encyclopedia by DK. This contains additional information on significant events during the war. The entire kit including the Strategy Guide costs $129.99. This price is for the kit alone, the game is not yet included.

Other offers

The game’s Deluxe Edition costs $100, which contains the game and the season pass. There is also the GameStop-exclusive offer. This is called the Pro-Edition and is priced similarly to the Deluxe. For $100, players will get the base game, the DLC, and a steelbook case.

Players who pre-order the game will get the Division’s Pack.

This contains five fresh skins for the in-game multiplayer characters. It also has access to the game’s private beta. Those who digitally pre-order the game will earn 500 COD points that can be used in “COD: Infinite Warfare” and “COD: Black Ops III.”

Meanwhile, Sledgehammer has been very disappointed on the leaked trailer of the game’s Zombies Mode, which surfaced online last week.

The game developer, however, said that the trailer is not yet finished. Fans are hoping that there is more to see when the official trailer for the game’s co-op mode is finally released.

Sledgehammer scheduled the co-op mode’s reveal in the upcoming Comic-Con 2017. We will give you more updates about your favorite game, “Call of Duty: WWII” as soon as we get more information.