Weekly ‘making of’ livestreams for Call of Duty: WW2 start today

Call of Duty: WWII getting a making of series livestream

It looks like we’ll soon be getting a proper look at the new Call of Duty game. In a video (see below) on their Facebook page, Sledgehammer Games co-founders Michael Condrey and Glen Schofield announced an intended new series of videos and livestreams called ‘The Making of Call of Duty: WWII.’

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It’ll get its first installment today (May 23) at 3pm PT, 11pm BST, 12am (May 24) CEST. The show will be an in-depth look at the game, with animation director Chris Stone and campaign creative director Brett Robbins taking the helm. The pair haven’t given any solid information on what this live stream will entail, but it would be reasonable to assume a certain degree of fan interaction as well as some answering of questions.

You can tune in here to watch the stream when it starts. Call of Duty: WWII can be pre-ordered on Steam for $59.99/£39.99.