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Or, battle of the vastly different marketing strategies. With Call of Duty going back to its World War II roots one might expect a live-action trailer that aims to hit the same sombre but heroic tone of something like Band of Brothers. Not so. What we get instead is a bunch of dudes getting the band back together in order to totally COD-it-up bro. Yeah, a big.. what?

The Assassin's Creed Origins live action trailer goes a different route, with impressive cinematography and costumes to create a state of visual unrest within a seemingly pristine historic Egypt. It's short and to the point, highlighting the role of a mysterious Assassin disrupting the norm. Check it out.

As for the Call of Duty: WWII live-action trailer, we're not entirely sure who this is meant for. It's light, fun, slightly offensive, and the complete opposite of what we've seen so far when it comes to the actual game itself. Which, we're still excited to play.

So, in the battle of the live action trailers. In that both arrived in our inbox at around the same time, the winner is Assassin's Creed Origins.

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