Sledgehammer Games and Activision recently released live-action trailers of the upcoming “Call of Duty: WW2.” The trailers were entitled “Reassemble.” There are several trailers depending on the country, but all have the same theme, “Get Your Squad Back.” Each trailer features regular people who are trying to get their friends back to play the game. The live-action trailer uses the song “Figure It Out” by Royal Blood. According to a report by GameSpot, “Call of Duty: WW2” has a lot to offer such as new weapons, multiplayer modes, maps, divisions, zombie mode, and much more.

Pre-loading on Xbox One

The download size of “Call of Duty” games has been increasing over the past few years. The “Call of Duty: Black Ops III” weighs 60GB with all of its expansion packs, while the “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare” weighs 90GB in total because of the additional “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered.” According to a report by GameRant, the upcoming “Call of Duty: WW2” is now available to pre-load on Xbox One but only for those who pre-ordered the game and installed it on their consoles ahead of the official launch.

Download size

Players discovered that the game will require 45.14 GB of disk space while pre-loading on Xbox One. So for those players who are looking forward downloading the complete version of the game on November 3, they should have sufficient space on their system.

The disk space requirement is expected to increase around 60GB or more next year after all the expansion packs will be launched. The game is still not available to pre-load on PlayStation 4 until October 31 or November 1. Pre-load for the PC version has not been announced yet, but Sledgehammer Games is likely to reveal more details soon.

Beta version flooded with cheaters

The Beta version of “Call of Duty: WW2” has been a complete success. But some players reported that there are other players using cheats in the game. The most common cheat used is an Aim-Bot. The said cheat can easily target an enemy player making them very easy to kill. Many players are worried that these cheats might exist on the actual game, especially on the PC version.

Will there be cheats on the official game?

Sledgehammer Games stated that the Beta version did not feature the anti-cheat or hacking technology meant for the full version of “Call of Duty: WW2.” The developer assures fans that the official game will feature a stricter and more secure system which will automatically detect third-party applications and programs used in the game.