Today it was announced that Call Of Duty: WWII would be released on November 3 for PS4, XB1 and PC. Currently there are three editions being offered for the game: Standard at $60, Digital Deluxe with a season pass for pre-order at $100, and a Pro Edition for pre-order that comes with a season pass in a Steelbook for $100 (exclusive to the U.S.) which also comes with a baseball cap with the game logo on it.
No details have been released as to what exactly the season pass does, though we can assume it’s probably tied into multiplayer and DLC. You can pre-order the season pass alone for $50 if you wish, but if you’re doing to do that, you might as well get one of the $100 versions. Some of the news about the game that was released earlier today included a new narrative mode (that isn’t the main story) called “War,” the ability to fight Nazi Zombies in a co-op mode (because it isn’t a World War II video game without made up crap), a “Create A Class” feature, and a new social hub called Headquarters. The multiplayer features will be revealed at E3 in June.
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