The Call Of Duty: WW2 Website Is Hiding Some Juicy Secrets

Yesterday, Activision launched a teaser website for Call Of Duty: WW2 and there’s clearly something hidden deep within the website.

Upon launching the website, you get a type writer which is clearly meant to be used to input some kind of code.

People on Reddit have already partly cracked the code.

Yesterday, Sledgehammer also released a Nazi Zombies image. Apparently, when this is brightened, you get a series of letters ‘IUFDJ BHLOP JMUBA’. When these are put into the typewriter, you get three green lights with the message ‘A New Horror Rises’ before three images pop up with even more clues.

zombies-typewriter

You’ll eventually get the numbers ‘FORM – YMF – 212514 – 12123 – 13’ but this doesn’t appear to have been cracked quite yet.

It’s not clear what all of this information means, but we’ll definitely keep you posted if we find out.

It’s clear that Call Of Duty will be properly revealed at E3. We know that it’s due for release on November 3rd for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

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