While the story of Call of Duty: WWII’s single-player campaign will center mainly around a group of American soldiers, allies from other nations will lend a helping hand as well, and a new series of teaser trailers puts the spotlight on two such allies.
In the below teaser trailers, viewers are introduced to British Expeditionary Forces officer Arthur Crowly and the enigmatic French resistance fighter who calls herself Rousseau. While Crowly prefers a more subtle approach, helping players coordinate covert operations behind enemy lines, Rousseau’s personal stakes in the war mean that she isn’t afraid to get her hands dirty, especially once the bullets start flying.
While it hasn’t been strictly confirmed as of yet, developer Sledgehammer Games has implied in the past (an implication which the teasers seem to support) that there will be segments of the story campaign where players get to briefly play as Rousseau and Crowly. We’ll find out for sure once Call of Duty: WWII launches on November 3.