In an effort to fuel Call of Duty fans’ interest about the upcoming release of the WWII version, Sledgehammer Games posted a tweet teasing about the Zombies mode.
Fans have already suspected that the developer is to cast light on the matter soon, but a few hours ago, they got a confirmation. Their favorite Zombies mode will be introduced at the Comic-Con International that will take place from 20th through 23rd of July at the San Diego Convention Center.
The picture, published earlier today, features a zombie wearing metal armor on its head. The picture is also accompanied by a brief announcement that the Zombies mode introduction will be among the big events at Comic-Con 2017.
What Do We Know About CoD Zombies Mode So Far?
Although that information is pretty scarce, it seems that Sledgehammer Games is going to introduce a new vision for the CoD WWII mode. Over the last couple of weeks, the developer has not shied away from teasing fans. Still, it is yet to unleash any in-depth details.
With that being said, Call of Duty WWII developers shared that the game will come with a brand new adrenaline-fueled Nazi Zombies mode featuring a unique standalone storyline set during the WWII.
Players who keep themselves informed about Activision’s participation in Comic-Con reminded that the publisher has a history of making some big announcements. Back in 2015, Activision used the Comic-Con event to introduce the cast for Black Ops III Zombies mode, so this year, fans expect fresh revelations.
Earlier this year, Sledgehammer representatives hinted at big news regarding the competitive scene. Fans started second-guessing if this news is related to the Call of Duty: World League. Up to now, neither Activision nor Sledgehammer has confirmed or disproved this suggestion. However, fans keep their fingers crossed to get more information about the World League during the upcoming San Diego Comic-Con event.
One thing is sure, though. There will not be a shortage of FPS gamers during this year’s Comic-Con.
Call of Duty WWII launches across all platforms on November 3rd, 2017.