Call of Duty: WWII is the first game in the series to mark the return of the World War theme, nine years after the closing of Call of Duty: World at War.
The direction of Call of Duty has since turned 180 degrees: the fierce prospect of war makes way for superheroes coming out of Hollywood action movies, the more foothold of the multiplayer part. Consolidated, and the collaborative zombies game owns for itself a number of fans next to the multiplayer section. And it also encountered a vicious cycle from the grave, when its lack of “copy-paste” caused people to boo and disparage because it is old, but efforts evolved. And innovation also faces bullet-shaped looks for odd reasons: because it’s not Call of Duty.
So Sledgehammer Games – the people who embedded their wings in the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare generation of super warriors three years ago, are once again at the forefront of exploring a new dimension (but actually stale) for this series of games – putting heavy rocks in their shoes and jumping on time machines more than 70 years ago.
However, it seems that the effort back to the roots made by Sledgehammer Games in Call of Duty: WWII has shown that this seems to be the result of surveys and referendum of the grave, rather than a product that people who broke the law in 2015 raised with all their abilities.
Finally, Call of Duty: WWII has officially revealed the minimum configuration as well as the appropriate configuration to fight smoothly, the shooting game set in World War II is waiting for the game community every day to be enjoy. The bad news for gamers with weak computers, is that while this game does not require much to boot at low graphics settings because only requires Core i3 CPU, VGA GTX 1050 to run Call of Duty new with beautiful images as in the trailer, you will need a computer system of 12GB RAM, Core i5 CPU or higher, GTX 1060 graphics card and 70GB hard drive space.