While we’re still a month away from Call of Duty: WWII’s release date, it seems Sledgehammer Games is wrapping up development on this year’s Call of Duty. This was revealed by Sledgehammer boss Glen Schofield where he mentioned that the work is “done creatively.”
This giant project WWII is done creatively. 3 years of research, design, writing, etc is over. Im a bit empty. In the hands of the fans now.
— Glen Schofield (@GlenSchofield) October 5, 2017
If you can’t read that, Schofield says, “This giant project WWII is done creatively. 3 years of research, design, writing, etc is over. Im a bit empty. In the hands of the fans now.” Bear in mind, that doesn’t mean the development itself is complete or that the game has gone gold and is being sent to be manufactured; but rather, it seems there’s no more changes coming that will impact the game creatively.
In other Call of Duty: WWII news, Activision has announced the game’s Season Pass today, which you can read about here. Those buying the Season Pass or the Digital Deluxe edition will also get access to the Carentan remade map from COD2.
Call of Duty: WWII will be out this November 3 on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.