A lesson that Activision and Sledgehammer Games have finally learned about Call Of Duty is that there’s only one thing better than killing Nazi’s in a World War II game, and that’s killing Zombie Nazis. When you think about all the horrible things that army and its leader inflicted onto the world, most people get a little Aldo Raine in them. So the next piece of news will probably make many of you very happy.
The big reveal for the zombie mode called “Army Of The Dead” is set to be revealed at San Diego Comic Con on July 20. Well… seems as if someone already got their hands on the trailer and leaked it out to the world. The video has been making the rounds overnight on 4Chan and Reddit, along with a handful of other gaming new sites.
We’re personally pleased as punch because the footage you’re seeing is brutal and graphic and will probably leave you breathing a little heavier than you were before watching it. Call Of Duty: WWII is going to have a lot going for it when it finally hits shelves on November 6. This is the kind of demented zombie killing field titles like Dead Rising and Dying Light will be taking notes from for sure.
UPDATE: The video has been taken down due to the request of the copyright holder and has been scrapped across most other sites where you can see it. But, as we all know, nothing does forever on the internet, so we’re betting if you do a search, you’ll be able to find the two-minute trailer.
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