According to a story on Kotaku, the next Call of Duty will see some big changes in multiplayer.
Weapons can now be tested at a firing range (not to be confused with the map from Black Ops) so players don't have to find out the hard way whether they like a gun or not. You can even challenge other players to a duel.
They'll also be a headquarters space where players can interact while they wait to join a match.
The class system won't be the same either, with players now choosing weapon divisions instead, as Keith covered in his preview during E3.
End of game kill-cams won't feature either - replaced by a highlight during the match.
No doubt these changes were inspired by the popularity and success of Overwatch, which recently reached the 30 million-player mark.
Call of Duty: WW2 will launch for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on November 3.