While we posted that the Call of Duty: WWII pre-load on PlayStation 4 is said to be live on November 1, it seems Xbox One gamers have a bit of a head start — at least on pre-loading the game. Reddit user Zm_Mexico_Idgun has posted a screenshot of the Call of Duty: WWII pre-load on Xbox One, and it’s indeed live.
The picture below also mentions the COD: WWII file size (at least for the Xbox One) and it’s at a decent 45GB. While you can pre-load the game, don’t forget that servers won’t go live at least a day until launch, and there’s most likely a day one patch for it too.
Will PS4 and PC users get to download the game client a few days early or within the month? We can’t say for sure, but if it’s ever up, we’ll be sure to let people know.
While you’re waiting for COD: WWII don’t forget to check out the info leaks that’s been happening all this month! There’s the Zombies mode leak (#1, #2), a weapons and maps list leak, the new Prestige system, new gun customization (with images), and the Basic Training (perks) list.
Finally, we also reported yesterday that the Xbox One X version of COD: WWII is also said to be supporting both 4K and HDR.