Game Modes and COD WW2 Zombies Nazi Style
From its beginning as a big and loud World War II shooter, Call of Duty (COD) has gone modern since then. Eventually, the franchise advanced a few decades into the future, moving on to the next century. However, this can’t go on for infinity since they can only go so far with the sci-fi settings. COD has returned to its roots. We have the scoop on COD WW2 Zombies. High five!
Reliving World War II
The game isn’t a remake of the original COD games, and it’s to another level. Call of Duty: WWII is an entirely new game, but it shares the same setting as earlier COD entries. We’re back in Europe during the time of the most massive war in human history.
Aside from revisiting the war-torn Old World, the game’s mainstay modes are back. There’s the timeless Campaign Mode, which once again, is about the bond of brothers-in-arms fighting for what’s right at this point in history. In true COD fashion, this game is going to be a huge, action-packed, and a theatrical gaming experience that only this first-person shooter franchise can deliver.
Competition and Division
The popular and exciting Multiplayer, which has become not only a staple but the centerpiece of the series, is something to look forward to. Probably even more because the game will give players new ways to interact with one another online, giving the COD community a stronger bond and tighter competition.
Multiplayer will feature a new method: War Mode. The two opposing teams (Allied and Axis forces) will go head-to-head with one another in a narrative-driven battle set in places that are iconic to World War II. The Divisions feature is the class system for Multiplayer, which includes the U.S. Infantry, U.S. Airborne Division, the French Expeditionary Force, the Canadian Mountain Division, and the British Armored Division. All of them are real-life military divisions. Also, each division has a distinct set of weaponry and skills, providing a unique advantage on the battlefield.
Beyond Zombie Mode
On the other hand, if you’re not into fighting your fellow men and women-in-arms, the co-op mode might be your cup of tea. Well, if you can handle seeing, killing and getting chased by zombies, of course. Yes, Call of Duty: WWII has a Zombie Mode. However, unlike previous games with Zombie Modes, which has a camp feel to them, in this version, the game mode is dark and horrifying. Don’t say that we didn’t warn you.
Players will go through a mysterious and threatening village in Mittelburg, Germany. On a mission to retrieve priceless and historically relevant artworks stolen by the Axis Powers, you’ll be caught in the snow and darkness. However, that’s the last of your worries since horrible monstrosities (Zombies) will be out to get you. These aren’t your regular zombies, they’re Nazi zombies created by the Nazi occult. Grotesque and terrifying, you and your buddies will have to get past them to complete the mission.
New features, a throwback to its beginnings, and that good old solid gameplay, they’re all the things that make Call of Duty: WWII a must have. Thankfully, the wait won’t be long. In fact, the game will launch on November 3 for the PC, PS4, and Xbox One. However, if you’re one impatient soldier or ready to kill, you can sign up for private beta, which is from August 25 to 28, and September 1 to 4. Are you ready for some action? Make some noise!