What To Expect In Call Of Duty: WWII Multiplayer

It took Sledgehammer Games two years to create Call of Duty: WWII. Finally, players can pre-order the next installment. The developer is also proud to say that the installment is very different compared to the other titles. Activision also revealed important features of the multiplayer campaign.

Unlike other installments of Call of Duty, the upcoming Call of Duty: WWII  will feature an entirely different multiplayer campaign because it will revolve around the historic World War II, according to GameSpot. Since the war is involved, players can expect weapons that were highly used during those times.

Michael Condery, Sledgehammer Games' boss, explained the classic weapons such as SMG-44, Garand, some rifles, SMGs like Thompson, shotguns, and LMGs will be the main guns players can use against their opponent. Nevertheless, the developer made sure every gun is unique than the old models.

Sledgehammer Games will also feature different places around the globe involved in World War II. Players will be able to play on Normandy that is very significant in D-Day. Condrey said players will be able to relive the historic war with the combination of guns and maps.

In the multiplayer campaign of Call of Duty: WWII, players can enjoy a new game mode called War. Here, players need to complete different objectives to finish the mode. In addition, Sledgehammer Games added a Headquarters space wherein players can interact with one another.

Sledgehammer is planning to release a private beta before Call of Duty: WWII, as per Mic. Players can already pre-order the access to the beta game. However, Sledgehammer Games did not reveal when will the beta officially start.

Players are ecstatic when they learned that Call of Duty: WWII will be released this year. Since Sledgehammer Games promised the upcoming sequel is different from any other Call of Duty titles, high expectations from avid fans and players are not that surprising.

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