'Call Of Duty WWII' Out November 3; Lets Players Play Female Soldier Role

May 04, 2017 04:10 AM EDT | Paul Urban


Recent development on "Call of Duty WWII" reveals gamers being able to play the role of female soldiers in multiplayer. This has been confirmed through Twitter when a certain fan asked about the possibility of having female characters and it was replied to right away.

Thanks to Michael Condrey, this possibility is confirmed. When fan Ryan Bohlen asked, he immediately replied by saying "Yes, for sure!" Well, this doesn't really come as a total surprise as this has been perceived possible in the more recent entries in the franchise.

It is also official that "Call of Duty WWII" is returning this year. This information was made available because of its official trailer just late last month on April 26. The Call of Duty franchise may consider 2016 as its worst year. It's a good thing that "Infinite Warrior" sold relatively well, however, it has been overtaken significantly by other shooters in every conceivable way.

Other titles such as "Titanfall 2" and "Battlefield 1" did not do so well and lacked the necessary elements to make it a hit. Some gaming enthusiasts even consider the latter to be stale. "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" also underwhelmed gamers, failing to meet their expectations.

The "Call of Duty WWII" is taking back to WWII in a return to its roots. This is evidenced by the game's trailer which heavily focused on iconic WWII imagery. To complete the entire feel, there are a lot of planes and tank-warfare used, as well as beach landings and brutal combat.

The "Call of Duty WWII" will be launched on November 3 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. It is also reported that PS4 users who pre-order are the first ones to experience the game. Having female characters in the game should give it an interesting twist. It is about time since according to Infinity Ward, Call of Duty's developer said that technical limitations prevented the previous games for having females.

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