Yet Again, Zombies Are Coming To Call Of Duty: WWII
Call of Duty: WWII developer Sledgehammer Games has just revealed some new interesting details about the game via the recently concluded livestream. Apparently, a new cooperative mode is coming and will feature no other than the zombies. Well, this isn't really a surprise, considering the franchise where the title came.
According to GameSpot, the aforementioned mode in Call of Duty: WWII will be the "latest iteration" of the titular Zombies-inspired gameplay. It will offer a totally brand new story and, as expected, a terrifying experience for gamers to delve their selves into. In its most organic form, it will feature "Third Reich's" desperate attempt to come up with an army in the hopes of winning the final stages of the war.
Apart from the aforementioned details, nothing specific has been revealed about it. Nonetheless, Sledgehammer Games promised to unveil more information at the upcoming Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in June. From there, fans will get to know more about the mode and everything related to it.
IGN, on the other hand, reports about another mode in Call of Duty: WWII called War Mode. This, in particular, will let players experience the infamous chaos that wrapped World War 2. It will also offer various objectives for each team, though it depends on whether a player is on the side of the Allies or Axis.
Moreover, the forthcoming game will feature Divisions, a replacement Activision did to the character classes. Again, the publisher and the developer did not unveil any specifics about it. However, this one here is said to include options relating to the infantry and armory. Players will also be given Headquarters where they can choose to hangout in between matches.
The Headquarters in Call of Duty: WWII is deemed as a "robust social space," which can be likened to Destiny's Tower. Activision vows to offer "interaction, recognition and awards" that are all unique; that these features are one of a kind, totally different from what the previous installments offered.
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