Well, it’s finally happening. the Call of Duty: WWII leaks are starting now that people have gotten access to early release copies. While Activision has made it so a patch was needed, it seems an update has gone out today that made the single-player and Zombies mode playable.
While the multplayer portion can’t be played for now, that hasn’t stopped gamers from checking out the menus, modes and other stuff. Thanks to these people, we now know that Call of Duty: WWII’s “War” mode can now be played offline against bots (via Reddit user GarandLover)!
Additionally, it seems there will be three War mode maps available at launch, which are called “Operation Breakout,” “Operation Griffin,” and “Operation Neptune.” Breakout was the map that was playable in the beta where attackers were given a tank at the latter part of the match to advance. It’s been confirmed that more War mode maps will be part of the Season Pass, so there should be more available post-launch.
Don’t forget to check out the list of COD: WWII Trophies/Achievement as well, though it might be considered spoiler-ish for some.
We’ll report on more COD: WWII info as it makes its way out, but take note that we won’t post anything concerning the story or spoil anything.
Call of Duty: WWII will be out this November 3 for the PS4, Xbox One and PC.