Watch: Meet Your Squad in Call of Duty: WWII

Call of Duty: WWI

Activision has released today four new videos featuring some key characters that we’ll see in Call of Duty: WWII. One of the biggest questions from the new game revolved around the single-player campaign since neither the publisher nor Sledgehammer had given concrete details about it.

The Story Trailer released yesterday certainly cleared some of those doubts already. For instance, it seems we are not following multiple narratives set in different locations this time, like in Battlefield, but rather, a single story shared by a platoon. To give a little bit of content to chew on, Activision’s newest trailers show briefly the backgrounds of different folks, protagonist included, plus interesting personality traits.

You: Ronald “Red” Daniels

The heart of the platoon, “Red” Daniels is just a countryside young man that got familiar with rifles at an early age. Even if he’s all keen to serve his country, the revelation of his wive’s pregnancy will give him an extra motivation to stay alive.

Your Leader: Joseph Turner

Born a natural leader, Lieutenant Turner’s greatest strength comes precisely from the men he commands over. His years in the military have given him a compassionate pulse, placing him next to his crew when the battle is most heated.

Your Best Friend: Robert Zussman

Private Robert Zussman is here to stay by your side, even when things start getting really grim. His loyalty and warrior-like spirit are surely two of the best qualities, alongside his cheerful manner.

The Tough Sargeant: William Pierson

Pierson enlisted under a false identity in the North African campaign of the Rif War when he was only 16 and has remained sharp and ice-cold ever since. His strictness crashes somehow with the rest of the crew… But if you do not cross paths with him too often, you should be fine.

Call of Duty: WWII is arriving on November 3 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

What do you think of these reveals, Fanatics? Are you looking forward to playing Call of Duty: WWII and discovering all these soldier stories? What are you expecting to see in the next Activision title? Let us know in the comment section down below!

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