Release: November 3
Platform: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC
After a wayward detour starward, Call of Duty is returning to its roots with visceral and gritty boots on the ground gameplay that thrusts players into the thick of a dark chapter in human history. Even multiplayer is said to be returning to its former glory, as a bunch of classic competitive modes compliment a star-studded campaign.
Brodie said: “Hard not to be excited about a return to a more grounded and realistic Call of Duty. I’ve always found their bombastic campaigns to be a whole lot of fun, and one of my fondest memories is of Call of Duty 2, so to go old school once again makes the hairs prick up on the back of my neck. If there’s anything like Hill 400 in this game’s campaign, then I’m going to be a happy camper.”