Up until now, we only saw the multiplayer and zombies modes from the upcoming Call of Duty WWII. Today, Sledgehammer Games finally released the game’s first single-player trailer.

The single-player campaign follows Private Ronald “Red” Daniels and his squad. After surviving the infernal Normandy landing on D-Day, Daniels will participate in other iconic battles across Europe, like the Battle of Hürtgen Forest and the Battle of the Bulge.

That’s what the official description that came with the video says. If you watch the trailer, you’ll see that it’s less about epic battles, and more about the horrors soldiers faced during WWII.

There’s even a scene where German soldiers capture a Jewish soldier and force him on a train, presumably heading to a concentration camp. I wonder if one of the missions in the game will be to stop that train and rescue our squad members (and any one else on board).

I’m sure action fans will get their fair share of explosions, intense firefights and camaraderie.

More campaign details are scheduled to be revealed in the next few days. Be sure to keep an eye out for those. So far, the single-player campaign looks rather interesting.

Call of Duty WWII will be released on November 3, for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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