Call of Duty: World War II is the latest FPS video game from developer Sledgehammer Games and publisher Activision for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows gaming platforms. Announced on April 21, 2017, the game is set to be released this coming November 3. On a Twitter post by game director Micheal Condrey, he reveals the first collector’s edition for Call of Duty: World War II. The Valor Collection Pro includes the game's 'Pro Edition,' which features a season pass and a nifty steelbook case, a collectible bloodraven sword pin, morale patches and an exclusive Call of Duty: World War II Nazi Zombies poster sized at 24″ x 36″.

The highlight of the Valor Collection Pro is a commemorative bronze statuette depicting a group of Allied soldiers storming the beach, a fitting piece for any World War II memorabilia collection. Aside from the collectibles, here's what you could expect from COD WWII.

A campaign against a great tyrant

The game promises definitive World War II campaign with the story of unbreakable brotherhood of common men against greater evil. Call of Duty: World War II will not feature health regeneration whilst playing campaign mode, instead, players must rely on health packs provided by their medic squad mates. Enemy soldiers can be captured and wounded friendlies can be dragged to cover. The number of kills, captured soldiers, and saving an ally's life contribute to the experience gained by the players, which can be used to improve their character's skill.

While playing campaign mode, the game follows a 12-men American squad in the European theater of conflict. The said game mode will cover fighting in occupied France, Belgium, and across the Rhine into the heart of Germany. While playing solo in campaign, players generally take on the role of two soldiers: 9-year-old Private First Class Ronald "Red" Daniels and his buddy, Jewish American, Private First Class Robert Zussman, while several playable characters are presented as the game progresses.

The undead

Zombies make their way back to COD games in this title, which takes place in an alternate history setting where the Nazis conduct research on necromancy in an effort to make a desperate attempt to turn the tide of the war by creating an undead army.

EB Games Australia opened pre-orders after Sledgehammer Games founder Michael Condrey posted on twitter, the numbers according to listings from EB Games Australia states that the Valor Collection Pro Edition will be priced at $270 AUD and will be released at the same time as the actual game.