Call of Duty: World War II Releases Four Character Profile Videos

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Call of Duty: World War II Releases Four Character Profile Videos

Sledgehammer Games and Activision is ramping up the promotion heading toward the relase of Call of Duty: World War II. They posted the story trailer yesterday, but today they are releasing four character profiles providing background information on the storyline squad members. This includes American soldiers Ronald “Red” Daniels, Robert Zussman, William Pierson and Joseph Turner. Aside from improved graphics and gameplay, Sledgehammer games also made promises relating to respecting history. Which also includes focusing more on the humanity of all players involved in the theater of war.

Call of Duty: World War II Release Date

Call of Duty: World War II Releases Four Character Profile Videos

Call of Duty: World War II will be available on November. However, the PC open beta begins on September 29. Which lets players experience the gameplay and provide feedback before the title launches.

Ronald “Red” Daniels Profile Video

Private Ronald “Red” Daniels finds himself in the middle of war-torn Europe, a long way from his rural farm life in America. From Longview, Texas, the 19-year old enlisted on March 7th, 1944. Arriving on the European theater ready to face off Nazis during the final moments of WW2.

Robert Zussman Profile Video

Unlike Private Daniels, Private Robert Zussman is from the city of Chicago. He is slightly older than Red, but despite their differences, they have forged a strong friendship.

Sergeant William Pierson Profile Video

Sergeant William Pierson is a no non-sense, by-the-book solider who demands a lot from his soliders and expects excellence. The 34-year old is battle-harderend, having enlisted at age 16 by assuming a false identity.

Lieutenant Jospeh Turner Profile Video

Complimenting Sergeant Pierson’s strict leadership is Lieutenant Joseph Turner’s compassionate and patient approach. He is only 31 years old but wise beyond his years having graduated in West Point in 1938.

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