Call Of Duty's latest entry is the first time since Call Of Duty: World At War that the gaming franchise has gone back to World War II.
As the game has now been released worldwide, a number of reviews are starting to make their way online and the results so far are largely positive. GameSpot awarded the single-player campaign 9 / 10, saying that it "successfully capitalizes on the series' strengths", as well as being "one of the most comprehensive and filler-free Call of Dutys in recent memory."
Polygon, however, weren't as effusive and gave the game a score of 70%. In their review, they praised the online aspect of the game, which they said "remain mostly strong, though even die-hards will struggle to defend the minor changes we continue to see from game to game." The Guardian said much the same, calling it "a solid if unsurprising experience."
It wasn't all middling, however. GamesRadar awarded Call Of Duty: World War II a four-out-of-five score and was particularly complimentary of its "gimmick free shooting" and its multiplayer design.
The game is available across Ireland now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.