Sledgehammer Games, which is now in full tries to make Call of Duty: WWII good game, made itself felt at the current Gamescom. The developers made a show of his creation, simultaneously announcing "headquarters" is a conditional virtual space for players where they can exercise and improve their social interaction skills.
"Headquarters" is a special platform built on the basis of the multiplayer mode of Call of Duty, which is to unite the gaming community. Visitors of "Staff" will be able to practice in a shooting range to fire anti-aircraft guns in the name points to participate in small duels, and even to engage in safe cyber events. Simple communication with other users and the group to participate in an online "team fights" also has not been canceled.
It's nice that "Headquarters" will open for visits at exactly the release date of the game — that is, November 3. Social hub will be available on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. If necessary, you can refer to the official video from the developers for additional information.
Recall, the closed beta testing of Call of Duty: WWII begins August 25 on the PlayStation 4. Meeting access will be granted to those users who pre-ordered. On all other platforms, the beta starts on 1 September.
Edited by Test