The new Call of Duty: WW2 is a World War 2 game for this new generation. Call of Duty: WWII is an Action-Adventure, Military-based First-person Shooter, Co-op, Single and Multiplayer video game developed by Sledgehammer Games and published by Activision. Call of Duty, recognized as one of the greatest World War 2 games, gets a facelift with this sequel. Call of Duty: WWII offers enhanced game mechanics and setting with the dynamic soundtrack and HD graphics. Call of Duty’s single-player missions let you experience some incredible battles from the perspective of an American soldier, a British commando, and a Russian conscript who isn’t even given a gun. COD as a franchise made its mark on the first-person shooter genre — before it rose to record-breaking heights with 2007’s Modern Warfare — with three full games set during WWII. WWII is one of the best games I have played aside from Medal of Honor.
My Great-Grandfather, John B. Lippard was actually a POW in WWII at Cabanatuan, and Mukden Manchuria death camp so I can really relate to the story-line of the game.
As you would expect from one of the biggest video games on the planet, Call of Duty: WWII is a work of heart-hammering intensity, spectacle and decadent expense. “If you’ve seen Band of Brothers, Saving Private Ryan or any other World War II flick made during the last 30 years, you’ll be trekking over familiar ground in the Call of Duty: WWII campaign. The Call of Duty: WWII looks all set to have a campaign story mode that will make even Steven Spielberg proud, the multi-player mode looks like every other multi-player experience we have ever seen for a popular Call of Duty game from the past, and the zombies mode seems to be all unique. Much like its predecessors, Call of Duty: WWII is a first-person shooter sport, but it eliminates the innovative scheme of motion within the 3 preceding Call of Duty names, which included dual jump and wall operating.
In Call of Duty: WWII, players can prestige their level, weapons, and divisions. For more on Presige, click here.
One way (once you level up enough) that you can get the best out of the Armored Division in Call Of Duty WWII is to take the time to set up a defensive perimeter first and then go on your rampage. Developed by Sledgehammer Games, there are two parts to Call of Duty: World War II (COD: WWII), being a campaign mode and the multi-player aspect. Players will enjoy exciting ways to interact and socialize with their friends and the Call of Duty community. Call of Duty: WWII pulls the franchise out of the funk it’s been in. Modern Warfare was a good idea for its time, and futuristic combat was intriguing, but it looks like players were ready to go back to the war that started Call of Duty.
Experience classic Call of Duty combat, the bonds of camaraderie, and the unforgiving nature of war against a global power throwing the world into of Duty®: WWII creates the definitive World War II next generation experience across three different game modes: Campaign, Multiplayer, and Co-Operative. For more on combat mechanics click here.
Call of Duty WWII embraces the series’ beginnings and tells its story through a gripping, thoughtful campaign, continued excellence with Nazi Zombies mode and an expanded (but still formulaic) online multi-player experience.Call of Duty: WWII makes changes to player advancement but the result is the same Perks/Gun Attachments/Killstreaks setup that has existed in every Call of Duty multi-player game since the first Modern Warfare.
The maps size in WWII’s multi-player mode are small to medium sized, and this is something that Call of Duty gamers have grown accustomed to but, the larger map seekers may find a silver lining between the small to medium sized dark cloud, and that is because there is a new mode, named War mode, and is a multi-player playlist choice that takes players onto larger story-board maps where one team defends various locations around the map, and the other team are the attackers and must secure these various locations around the map to go ahead onwards.
Though both its single-player and multi-player modes will be familiar to those who’ve been keeping up with the WWII-themed shooters of the past several years, most anyone who plays games would more than likely be very impressed with Call of Duty’s authentic presentation, well designed and often very intense single-player missions, and fast-paced, entertaining multi-player modes. Having only played the “WWII” single player campaign on casual difficulty I cannot say a lot about the difficulty settings on the games story mode, but it is always worth playing through the games campaign on the lowest difficulty setting first as this way you can just sit back and enjoy the cut-scenes without the frustrations of dying every 5 seconds because your character gets stuck in a dead-lock position with a light-machine gunner tearing you down every time you spawn and die.
Gameplay: Solid 10/10 great controls and aiming. Fun in Co-op and Multi-player Online.
Visuals: 10/10 Vivid graphics, great texture rendering, an all around gorgeous display.
Story: 7/10 Brings back memories from Saving Private Ryan, but honestly most of the COD games don’t have a very important storyline.
A mighty-fine well-done to Sledgehammer Games for pushing the boat out this year with “WWII”‘s single player campaign story progressional mode, as it felt as though you were watching a cinematic, silver screen movie. Whether you’re a seasoned player or brand-new to the franchise, you won’t want to miss this immersive return to Call of Duty’s roots.