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The New War Mode In Call Of Duty: WWII Will Make You Appreciate Multiplayer Feature More

By Joseph St. James. , Jun 22, 2017 07:34 AM EDT

The new war mode in Call of Duty: WWII will help gamers appreciate the game's multiplayer feature a bit more. This new feature introduces many elements that are designed to make the game more exciting to play. There are certain elements of the series that were changed to help gamers enjoy the game even more.

Some of the changes included in the latest update of Call Of Duty: WWII are a new Divisions mode, a Destiny-like social space, playable female soldiers and a new war mode. This new mode introduces the narrative style of gameplay. It is story-driven and places the gamer inside the story of the game itself.

The Call of Duty: WWII trailer shown at the recently concluded E3 2017 showed this new war mode multiplayer feature. Basically, the warfare that gamers are going to experience in this video game is objective-based. This new war mode also offers teamwork and tanks on a bigger scale compared to the previous titles in the series.

In this new war mode multiplayer feature, gamers can choose to begin Call of Duty: WWII as a member of either the Axis forces or the Allied forces. But they can switch sides if they want to as long as they complete the first mode that they chose. In that way, they can experience both sides of the game mode. Apparently, this feature was not available before.

Another thing that may help gamers appreciate this new war mode multiplayer feature is that more than being concerned about their own interests, they are induced to prioritize their team's interest. For instance, rather than choosing his preferred weapon, the gamer will think about the right load out for his team first. Some gamers believe that this is a fresh approach to team-based multiplayer games. Gamers can give this new war mode a try when Beta tests for Call of Duty: WWII starts in August this year.

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