More details are being revealed as the game’s Beta is fast approaching. New information about the Campaign mode of “Call of Duty: WWII” has been revealed recently. Interestingly, this mode will task the player to be an undercover Nazi agent.

Campaign Mode

It appears that the upcoming first-person shooter game from game developer Sledgehammer is taking the players to the core of the Second World War through its Campaign Mode. In the Game Informer’s extensive coverage of “Call Of Duty: WWII,” more interesting details have emerged. Among them includes the mission where the player will be tasked to get into the lion’s den.

The player will portray the role of an undercover Nazi agent and will be wearing the uniform of the German army.

Just like any other undercover missions that are seen in the movies, an extra ounce of caution is needed to accomplish this mission. The player will have to talk to other German soldiers and do things as subtle as possible so as not to catch their attention or arouse suspicion. While this may be a deviation from the usual antics of first-person shooter titles, the concept is refreshing and a great perspective of storytelling. The mission will feature unique tools and techniques that will make it all the more immersive and engaging. The gaming site reveals that this classified operation will give players a whole new level of gaming experience.

Other details

The Campaign Mode will be set in various locations across Europe. It will include Normandy on Omaha Beach during the D-Day Invasion. Other missions in the game are Operation Cobra, Hurtgen Forest, and Train, which are all based on the Second World War themes. The D-Day Invasion will have the feel of the movie, “Saving Private Ryan” were close and lethal melee encounter will take place.


Meanwhile, a new Private Multiplayer Beta trailer for the game is released today ahead of its official beta launch. The beta will be available for those who pre-order the game starting next weekend, August 25 on PlayStation 4 and will end on August 28. The second beta on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will commence on September 1 and will run until September 4.

According to Sledgehammer Games, the Beta will contain a very thin slice of what the entire game will offer to the players at its official release. “Call Of Duty: WWII” is scheduled to release on November 3, 2017. It will be available on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One.