'Call Of Duty: WWII'
'Call Of Duty: WWII' has been formally revealed, so it's time to get your pre-order in. Here's a list of six small details you may have missed during the stream. 'Call Of Duty: WWII' comes to PS4, Xbox One and PC Nov. 3. Sledgehammer Games/Activision

Call Of Duty: WWII was formally revealed during a stream on Wednesday, but some new details have emerged about the game in the hours to follow. From pre-orders to multiplayer, here are six major details you may have missed during the reveal.

1) Pre-Orders : As with any big triple-A release, Call Of Duty: WWII will have varying pre-order options for early adopters. All pre-orders come with early access to the online beta. Here’s the full list of available options so far.

2) Multiplayer Will Have 2-48 Players (Maybe): On the game's official console Xbox store page, it’s said that Call Of Duty: WWII will have multiplayer for 2-48 players. We’re not sure if this accounts for the Headquarters social space teased in the reveal, but it’s an interesting detail nonetheless. After all, 2016’s Infinite Warfare is capped at 18-player lobbies. WWII’s browser store page lists 18 players as well.

3) About That Social Space: We also know a bit more about the Headquaters social space. In some ways, it’s analogous to the Tower featured in Destiny. In it, you can hang out, show off your gear and celebrate progression milestones with friends. If you want to host a Prestige party, this is where you’ll do it.

4) There Is No Health Regen: The commonplace health regen feature of previous Call Of Duty titles is no more. Instead, keeping grounded with the World War II theme, players will have to ask their squadmates for help. As more of your squad dies on the battlefield, it may be harder to get the boost you need.

5) New War Mode: We touched on the new War game mode before, but now we have some clarification. In simple terms, it’s multiplayer action with deeper narrative ties. If you’ve played Battlefield 1, the Operations and Frontlines modes come to mind. Depending on the map and the side you’re on, the objective may differ. It’s a way to add variety to static match types.

6) There Is Zombies, And Stuff Is Already Being Teased: We mentioned in our original article that Call Of Duty: WWII will feature a Nazi-themed Zombies mode, but there’s been a recent development worth mentioning. Players are investigating a small code inside the helmet of the zombie featured in the teaser. It apparently reads “IUFDI BHLOP JMUBA.” This is likely some kind of cipher, but we don’t know what it means yet.

Possible "Easter Egg" in the Zombies reveal image from WWII

Call Of Duty: WWII comes to PS4, Xbox One and PC on Nov. 3.

What did you think of the Call Of Duty: WWII reveal? Have you pre-ordered, or are you waiting to learn more about multiplayer? Tell us in the comments section!