Call of Duty: World War 2 Continues To Leak!

Call of Duty: World War 2 may as well be confirmed by now with the amount of leaks pointing towards a World War 2 era

Call of Duty: World War 2 has all but been confirmed at the moment. With various news outlets confirming Call of Duty: World War 2 as well as various industry insiders promising the return to the past roots of the franchise in Call of Duty: World War 2, the game may as well be confirmed at this point. However, as of lately, there are two new pieces of evidence that pertain to the topic of Call of Duty: World War 2 that may prove that point even further!

Recently, one of the multiple things that were leaked out about Call of Duty: World War 2 was the various artworks for steel book casings for collectors’ editions of Call of Duty: World War 2. These were the first initial hints that we’ve had for the title and was the first thing that broke the silence on Call of Duty 2017. The various assortment really had people wondering whether they were fan made, legitimate or some elaborate hoax that everyone was being taken along the ride for. Turns out, there were multiple because they were supposedly test runs of artwork, the final few if you would want to envision it that way. By this notion, Activision would have seen these final pieces and chosen the best ones for the possible one or two editions above the standard base game to launch this fall.

However, while these were leaked, there were a few things that didn’t really give away all that much. Today though, another, wider shot of a specific steel book was released in which it was higher resolution as well as depicted something that fans of the Call of Duty speculation world were amazed by. The title for the depicted image was “Stronghold Steelbook” which dates all the way back to early 2015. To recap shortly, there was a rumor floating around the internet that the next Call of Duty title would be called Call of Duty: Stronghold. This was back in 2015 and we know now that the next title was Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, but at the time it was a fascination. It was later clarified that the rumor was pertaining to the next Sledgehammer title but many dismissed it as hearsay and a crazy theory that didn’t really stand to have much relevance because it was pertaining to two years in the future. However… Here we are, standing looking at a new image depicting the internal code name that was leaked two years ago.

Additionally, alongside the images of the beaches being stormed in the key art that was leaked a few days ago, there was another that was released today in relation to the ones that we previously saw. While the images previously in question raised suspicion of a hoax, there was no credible content that could accurately debunk it. With the addition of the newest piece of art that was released, it is the same scene from a different angle and allows for another bit of evidence that this year’s title is in fact going to be Call of Duty: World War 2. All signs and indications seem to point to it with yet another promotional image leaked out well before the date that it was supposed to hit the streets.

While the leaks keep pouring in, Activison has yet to confirm any of the information at hand and more than likely will not do so until an official teaser or trailer is released. Perhaps the minds over at corporate are all secretly wide mouthed with huge smiles on their faces that this little hints of what is to come is creating such a positive reaction within the community. Perhaps it is all a part of the master plan… Regardless, with more pieces leaking seemingly every day or close to that rate, it looks like the idea of a World War 2 title is becoming more of a reality than a pipe dream. Call of Duty: World War 2 very well may be the next title and we very well may be very close to a reveal. Keep your eyes peeled here on LevelCamp, we’ll keep you posted on anything you need to know about Call of Duty: World War 2.

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