"Call of Duty: World War 2" is a first-person shooter game from developer Sledgehammer Games and publisher Activision for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows gaming platforms. The game follows the story of a 12-men American crew from 1944 to 1945 in the European theater of conflict, at a time when the Allied forces have started to gather power on their advance into the heart of Germany. In "Call of Duty: World War 2," the franchise returns to its roots as it removes the modern system movement seen from the three previous Call of Duty titles such as the ability to jump twice and the capability that allows players to run against the wall.

Instead, "Call of Duty: World War 2" utilizes the use of an old movement system allowing players to see a familiar "boots on the ground" gameplay style.

Some of the missions in "Call of Duty: World War 2" were revealed in the September issue of the Game Informer magazine. Let's look at what players would expect from the most awaited installment in the Call of Duty franchise.

The Wolf's Den

In this mission, players will have to wear Nazi uniforms as a disguise in an attempt to infiltrate a German headquarters. Players will have to interact with enemy soldiers, follow orders and provide the right response in an effort to stay low and not arouse suspicion, elements that are necessary for a tactically invasive operation.

"This covert operation is a different play experience than the rest of the game and features unique tools and techniques to make it through an engaging, deadly game of cat and mouse," as stated by Game Informer.

An epic campaign

Other missions include Operation Cobra (military operations leading the Allied forces to France), Train (a joint operation between Allied and British forces to stop a German locomotive), and Hurtgen Forest (a perilous feat as soldiers make their way from The Rhine to Berlin), to name a few.

The game promises an authentic gaming experience as game developers worked hard to balance the game and the era on which it was based. The people behind "Call of Duty: World War 2" acknowledges that the game should be entertaining yet they recognize the value of the time they would like to capture in the game that happened in the second world war.

Ultimately, the game will take players through Europe covering iconic historical battles for that unique World War 2 experience. The game is set to be released this November 3 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.