However, the Call of Duty: WWII Zombies leak exposed the studio's hard work on the upcoming reveal trailer a bit sooner than expected, and Sledgehammer Games is severely disappointed.
This week's San Diego Comic-Con was supposed to be a rather joyous occasion for the Sledgehammer Games. Because it seems like that's what we're getting.
Activision is now aggressively trying to pull down the trailer wherever it pops up online, which, to be honest, is sort of impossible. So, it would be better for us to not to link the leak here but you can certainly go on YouTube and put up a search.
Now, the Call of Duty Twitter account has begun teasing the official reveal by unveiling the cast members involved in the zombie mode. "Hang tight, it'll be worth it!" We're nearly done with the Nazi Zombies Trailer.
Glenn Schofield and Michael Condrey, both co-founders of Sledgehammer, quickly took to Twitter to express their disappointment, which Condrey imploring gamers to hold off watching the trailer until the July 20 reveal.
"Leaks s*U&k, spoils it for everyone".
There's a semi finished version of the Call of Duty WW2 zombies reveal in the wild and it's up to you if you want to watch it. We're treated us to numerous gruesome images of some sort of Nazi bunker, accompanied by voiceover by a mysterious mad scientist type, who claims to have created a zombie "Fourth Reich".
Call of Duty's return to World War II was officially confirmed back in April, taking a much-needed break from the streak of modern and futuristic shooters the franchise has been popping out over the years.
Call of Duty: WWII launches November 3 on PC, Xbox, and PlayStation 4.