Continuing its week-long Call of Duty: WWII feature blowout, Activision has today released a seven-minute Call of Duty documentary titled “Brotherhood of Heroes.” It features Sledgehammer Games paying respect to the men and women who fought and participated in the second World War.
Call of Duty: WWII will take players to the front lines of war-torn Western Europe during one of history’s greatest conflicts, where the stakes were high and the only thing standing in the way of Nazi oppression was a generation of ordinary men and women willing to make extraordinary sacrifices to preserve our way of life.
You can check out the other Call of Duty: WWII trailers that were released this week right here.
PC players, don’t forget, an open beta is happening at the end of the month. We also posted a rumor that a map from COD2 might be remade and be part of COD: WWII’s pre-order bonus for the Pro Edition.
Call of Duty: WWII will ship out to retail this November 3 and will be available on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.