“Meet the Squad” videos introduce the protagonists of Call of Duty: WWII’s campaign

The four men are about to embark on a difficult journey.

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Just one day after the reveal of the official Call of Duty: WWII campaign trailer, fans are now getting a more in-depth look at some of the protagonists in the upcoming story mode.

“Meet the Squad” videos were published earlier today, highlighting four of the main characters in the WWII campaign.

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It appears that players will be playing from the perspective of Private Ronald “Red” Daniels, a 19-year-old from Texas who gets his first taste of combat on D-Day.

After learning that his girlfriend is pregnant, the campaign will tell Daniels’ story as he tries to get home to his family.

Pfc. Robert Zussman, portrayed by Jonathan Tucker, is a 21-year-old from Chicago who wants to prove himself to his superiors. Zussman appears to be a loyal man who’s willing to protect his comrades and fight “to the end.”

Josh Duhamel will appear in the campaign as Sgt. William Pierson, a 34-year-old from Oklahoma. Pierson illegally enlisted in the United States military under a false identity when he was just 16 years old. As a seasoned soldier, Pierson will try to lead his troops through tough terrain to get the job done.

Finally, Lt. Joseph Turner, played by Jeffrey Pierce, is a 31-year-old from Massachusetts. Turner appears to be another leader who butts heads with Pierson when faced with a difficult decision.

Fans will get their first chance to play through this highly-anticipated campaign when WWII is released on Nov. 3.