‘Call of Duty: WWII’ Review


Call of Duty: World War II is a fast-paced game compared to the classic setting. It offers a good new multiplayer mode, a great campaign, a a version of Nazi Zombies and many other good changes. There are just a few minor flaws and inconsistencies in each of the game’s core parts. While this isn’t a perfect game release and far for being a landmark in the series, it has great success on the market. The popular Call of Duty game is the most sold title in the year 2017. I can say that I’ve also enjoyed playing through its fast pacing action scenes.

Call of Duty: WW II Campaign Mode

Call of Duty’s campaign mode follows Private “Red” Daniels through the war most important moments, such as the liberation of Paris of D-Day. The campaign mode shows how well the combat in the game adjusts to the historical setting. The story is built through in narration after missions and animated cut scenes. The campaign mode is quite good and comes with some good movie-style action.

Daniels isn’t the only campaign start. He is a good soldier but not skilled at piloting a fighter plane, operating a tank or performing espionage missions. There are several other interesting characters who take part in exciting missions. The appearance of various characters is highly appreciated.

Call of Duty: WWII Multiplayer Mode

The Divisions add a new leveling system on top of weapon and individual character levels. There are five Divisions in the Multiplayer mode: Expeditionary, Mountain, Armored, Airborne, and Infantry. Avatar customization is also possible, allowing you to choose a “Face”.

The multiplayer mode includes one exclusive map for holders of the season pass, three War mode maps, and nine regular maps. However, some of the maps are pretty similar in their design. They are long, small and feature mostly three lanes. They also favor SMGs and automatic rifles over shotguns and pistols.

Conclusion

Overall, Call of Duty: WWII is a well made game and deserves your playing time. You’ll certainly have some fun with this one. Share your gaming experience with Call of Duty: WWII in the comments section below!

Mike Thomson

Mike Thomson

I'm interested in bodybuilding, martial arts, and Korean pop. I also enjoy tech gadgets, following the latest fashion trends, traveling and playing video games.
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I'm interested in bodybuilding, martial arts, and Korean pop. I also enjoy tech gadgets, following the latest fashion trends, traveling and playing video games.

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