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'Call Of Duty: WWII Nazi Zombies' Takes Things To The Next Level

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'Call Of Duty: WWII Nazi Zombies' Takes Things To The Next Level

We already know that another addition to the Call Of Duty franchise is coming this year with Call Of Duty: World War II.

We're also familiar that the guys at Activision and Sony love to find a way to increase our pleasure whilst playing these games.

It's this statement of fact that probably suggests how Call Of Duty: WWII Nazi Zombies has come about.

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Credit: Activision / Sony

The plotline will see players embark on a creepy and thrilling journey through Mittelburg, a snowy Bavarian village, in Germany.

The purpose of the mission is the attempt to recover priceless works of art stolen by the Axis powers (Germany, Italy and Japan) during the period.

Trailer footage of this gameplay means it could be something different to anything we've played along with before.

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Credit: Activision / Sony

Last month, Sony dropped some big news about the game and how multi-player mode will function.

In a statement, they said: "Fast-paced, grounded combat returns in Call of Duty: WWII Multiplayer. Armed with an arsenal of iconic Allied and Axis weaponry, players are immersed in brutal gameplay as they fight to liberate a continent in the throes of tyranny.

"The new Divisions feature redefines how players invest in their MP career, giving them the chance to choose from five divisions, each with their own specialized training and weapons skills.

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"In War Mode, an entirely fresh Call of Duty experience, players must works as a team and fight for control through multiple strategic objectives. So gear up, and get ready to join the ranks on November 3rd."

Credit: Activision / Sony

The divisions feature will replace the 'create-a-class' function, with players being able to choose from one of five iconic World War II divisions, each with specific combat training, division training and weapon skills.

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Exciting times, and with release due on November 3, we can hardly wait.

When it comes to video game franchises there aren't many that beat the Call of Duty series.

There have already been 17 different versions of the game from the original Call Of Duty back in 2003, right up to Infinite Warfare in 2016.

In fact, only Mario (577 million copies sold), Sonic The Hedgehog (350 million), and Pokemon (295 million) can top Call Of Duty's 250 million worldwide plays.

Featured Image Credit: Activision / Sony

Topics: Xbox, Interesting, PlayStation, Cod, Call of Duty, Zombies

Michael Minay
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