New Call Of Duty: WWII Character Trailers Highlight The Squadmates (VIDEO)
Just this week, we saw a new trailer for the Call of Duty: WWII’s campaign, which will very much focus on the human element of the player-controlled “Red” Daniels. Now, Activision has released a new set of Call of Duty: WWII character trailers, highlighting each of the story’s main squad members.
These new trailers showcase each of the four main heroes in the 16th Infantry Regiment. The player-controlled Private Ronald “Red” Daniels is a 19 year old farm boy from Texas who will enter the war on the first day of the D-Day invasion. His best friend in the Regiment, the Jewish-American Private First Class Robert Zussman, also has a spotlight trailer and will be also playable. There are also videos for Technical Sergeant William Pierson and 1st Lieutenant Joseph Turner.
Pierson is a strict, rule-abiding member of the Regiment who will likely bump heads with the player and Turner is the platoon leader. The dynamic between all of these characters certainly gives a vibe similar to that as classic WWII films like Saving Private Ryan. It will definitely be an exhilarating take on world-changing events. What do you guys think about these new Call of Duty: WWII character trailers? Let us know in the comments below!
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