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Le'Veon Bell, Alejandro Villanueva, other Steelers players preview 'Call of Duty: WWII'

Frank Carnevale
| Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017, 12:51 p.m.

Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell and tackle Alejandro Villanueva have cameos in the new "Call of Duty: WWII" video game and to celebrate some players got together to preview the game Monday night in Pittsburgh.

Bell posted images of the players as soldiers in World War II army uniforms.

Several players posted photos to their Twitter accounts.

Sledgehammer Games, the company that created the game, posted several photos of Steelers playing the game.

First year quarterback Josh Dobbs shared a photo to Twitter.

Tight end Vance McDonald is seen immersed in the game in this photo on his Twitter account.

Defensive end Cam Heyward posed with a game poster and shared the photo to Instagram.

Thank you so much @callofduty the new game is straight #wwii

A post shared by Cam Heyward (@camhey97) on

"Call of Duty: WWII," set for release on Nov. 3, 2017, also released a new story trailer for the game on Monday. No Steelers players (that we could see) made it.

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