It’s the most talked about thing on the internet (probably), and will no doubt be a title that many gamers will be chomping at the bit to play (definitely). Yep, the latest Call of Duty is coming, and this one takes us into the heart of World War II. Wanna check out the live stream?

From it’s early Infinity Ward Call of Duty days, the game which kicked everything off, the franchise has seen us visit the Battle of the Bulge with the Call of Duty: United Offensive add-on, before we jumped into the shoes of Red Army Private Aleksandr Sokolov as he battled his way through Stalingrad in Call of Duty: Finest Hour.

Come 2005 though, and Infinity Ward were back in the driving seat to bring us Call of Duty 2 and a return for Captain Price, allowing us the chance to build on the British angle previously touched on. That was swiftly followed by Call of Duty 2: Big Red One and Call of Duty 3, both under the Treyarch wing.

It wasn’t however until 2008 when the same team delivered us a new take on the shooting genre, with an addition that is now widespread throughout the industry, that things really went crazy. Yep, Call of Duty 4 may have been ‘just another Call of Duty’ title, but this one introduced us to the Zombie hordes – something which we now find cropping up across multiple genres.

Now though, Sledgehammer Games have taken up the mantle of delivering the bestest, biggest and most baddest Call of Duty yet. Yep, Call of Duty: WWII will pretty much do exactly as it says on the tin – won’t it? Well, we won’t actually know until later today, 6pm BST to be precise, when the worldwide reveal of the latest game gets sent our way.

Want to watch it? Of course you do. In fact, you’d be crazy to miss it. Which is why it makes utter sense for us to drop the stream link in below. Obviously you’ll find owt until the big reveal kicks off though.

So grab some popcorn, stick your feet up and prepare for something pretty special.

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