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Call Of Duty: WWII Teases Zombies, Larger Multiplayer Component

by Suriel Vazquez on Apr 26, 2017 at 12:50 PM

During their reveal event for Call of Duty: WWII, Activison released a trailer for the game and talked about several of the ways the game tries to capture the feel of World War II. They also dropped a couple of teases about some of the other modes in the game.

Along with a single-player campaign, Sledgehammer confirmed the game will have a zombies mode (which isn't too surprising, considering it's been a series staple for a while now) with a single screen shot of a reanimated, disfigured soldier.

Before signing off, however, Sledgehammer also showed a brief snippet of how the multiplayer might look. A shot quickly follows two soldiers with online handles over their heads (indicating players in an online scenario). After peeking over the edge, the camera shows of sea of soldiers with similar handles, indicating the game may have a more open multiplayer environment. During the presentation, Sledgehammer also hinted at letting players hang out between multiplayer matches. Whether this shot was that between-game lobby or something different remains to be seen.