Call of Duty: World War II To Change Some Gameplay Elements

Call of Duty: World War II set to go back to the series' roots in terms of gameplay. Gamers will no longer be able to perform unlimited sprinting it seems.

Call of Duty: World War II To Change Some Gameplay Elements
The next entry in the multi-million dollar franchise Call of Duty will remove a popular gameplay mechanic. In an attempt to go back to the series' roots and realism, Activision will leave behind the ability for players to perform "unlimited sprinting." So fans of the series will have to watch their stamina once again as they plan their attacks. Call of Duty developer Michael Condrey confirmed this via twitter as seen below.

@py6wo Nope

– Michael Condrey
(@MichaelCondrey) May 24, 2017

A concrete reason for the removal of this popular feature was not provided by the developer. It may be unlocked as a perk perhaps or through micro-transactions. Or once again, it may just be a development decision based on making the game as most realistic as possible. As we all know that the soldiers of World War II for as good as they were could not sprint indefinitely. We are sure that this decision will spark debates online nonetheless.

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