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Announcing Call of Duty: United Front – the Third DLC Pack for Call of Duty: WWII

New Multiplayer maps, new War Mode mission, new Zombies.

Kevin Kelly's Avatar Posted by Editorial Manager, Activision

The Allies have been battered and bruised, but in United Front, the third DLC Pack for Call of Duty: WWII, they begin the dramatic push towards Berlin!

Launching first on PlayStation on June 26, United Front includes three new Multiplayer maps: Market Garden, Monte Cassino, and Stalingrad. United Front also features a new War Mode mission: Operation Supercharge, as well as a fresh Nazi Zombies experience, where four new heroes are sent across three distinct locations to transport and defend the final pieces of Emperor Barbarossa’s sword.

We are excited to share an exclusive look at the Market Garden Multiplayer map for the PlayStation Blog, as well as the rest of the details about this exciting pack. Sledgehammer Games has been hard at work putting on the finishing touches, and you won’t want to miss out on this Call of Duty: WWII experience.

Market Garden

The Market Garden in Call of Duty: WWII is set against the backdrop of Operation Market Garden, one of the largest airborne operations in the European Theatre. This is where you will fight off the Axis advances to try and maintain control of an Allied mansion base.

Call of Duty WWII DLC3: Market Garden

Set in the Netherlands, this map brings intense tight-quarters combat with gunfights waiting around every corner. What was once an opulent mansion is now in war-torn shambles as flames begin to overtake the structure. In the distance, you can see and hear bombs dropping, while all around you is the evidence of the war.

From the Allied fighter plane downed in the river, to the makeshift field hospital in one of the outbuildings, the team at Sledgehammer Games has put extra care and detail in immersing players into an authentic scene from this moment in the War.

Monte Cassino

Join the Italian campaign in Monte Cassino. Nestled below a mountaintop monastery, this war-torn village offers rich verticality with rooftop vantage points and sneaky flank paths along the cliffs.

Stalingrad

Stalingrad, based on the largest confrontation in World War II history, features two main bases located on opposite sides of a war-torn city. Snipers can focus on securing key perches to control the map’s center, while run-and-gunners can sneak through the underground sewers to flank behind enemy lines.

Operation Supercharge

Named after the Second Battle of El Alamein, Field Marshal Montgomery and the Allied Forces pushed the Germans and Italians to retreat from their last significant defensive position in southern Tunisia. In this all new mission, the Allies airdrop into Tunisia and push into a Nazi-occupied village to capture key supplies, then cripple the enemy by detonating a key transport bridge. They then make the final knock-out blow by capturing entrenched Axis fortifications.

Call of Duty WWII DLC3: The Tortured Path

Nazi Zombies – The Tortured Path

The Allied forces are crumbling under the relentless advance of the Final Reich. General Rideau decides to take one last, dangerous gambit: to personally lead a small, unmarked caravan across the 2,000 miles of smoldering, infested land that stand between Berlin and the Allied-controlled port of Malaga. From there, he and his crew face a treacherous voyage across icy southern waters and U-boat blockades.

His mission? Transport the remaining pieces of Emperor Barbarossa’s legendary sword to the edge of the world. Uncover the lost forges of ancient Thule. Make the sword whole again… and deliver a final death to the Undying.

Experience the all-new Nazi Zombies gameplay, which transports players across three unique and challenging locations, only in the United Front DLC Pack.

No matter what you are looking forward to the most in Call of Duty: WWII’s United Front, we hope to see you fighting on the frontlines with your fellow community members when the United Front DLC Pack launches first on June 26 on PlayStation 4!

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MaitreChef542 said:

June 19th, 12:26 pm

I do not play Fortnite – but I do play a lot of other games. I own 2 consoles. In the light of the recent discussions on Fortnite with Sony in the subject line, one has to wonder why Cross Play is not a considered option. I play games on multiple devices. Some of them happen to be consoles whereas others are mobile devices or PCs and Macs. Is Sony’s only revenue source coming from selling consoles? Of course not. Then why (and please try to express this with more words than none) does Cross Play seem to be Sony’s Public Ennemy #1?

– A gamer that wants to understand.

PS : I am an IT professional for the last 20 years and most of my contracts have been surrounding systems integration. Why would gaming be any different?

    OnTheBus666 said:

    June 20th, 9:32 am

    Because Sony owns the PlayStation Store. When players spend money there Sony makes money. When players spend money on switch Nintendo makes money. Would Sony rather have Nintendo make the money or Sony make the money.

maxvtec said:

June 19th, 12:51 pm

After seeing sll the horrible anticonsumer practices they have implemented i decided to stop playing COD.

I know for sony it’s just business but it sucks that they advertise and are associated with this companies!

    pek281 said:

    June 19th, 1:38 pm

    Well, you got a portion of right… selling consoles is a piece of the pie. A very significant other piece of the pie PlayStation-plus subscribers. That is count ‘em, 21 Million subscribers paying some $19.95 a month. My mental 10-key can’t do that match, but there you go IT Guy.

maxvtec said:

June 19th, 12:55 pm

By the way screw sony for keeping hostages everyone’s #FORTNITE accounts!

Thats a shady move. PlayStation has the best games around and thats why im still a gamer but keeping our #FORTNITE accounts hostage its a very anti consumer practice. SMH

birdyleeds said:

June 19th, 4:06 pm

Stopped playing it the best this games been is when we hade the Christmas loads and dlc 1 its been boring there’s no wow factor no more all you get is duplicate drops I will try dlc 3 but I think I wasted £84:99 on it not doin it agine

Z--Odyssues1776 said:

June 19th, 6:02 pm

This is great and all but it doesn’t tell you that all the content and guns will be locked behind microtransactions so people who buy the DLC and season pass have to grind to unlock them. What’s the point in even buying this season pass? Also who thought it was a good idea to put that stupid song in the trailer ????? they need to be fired immediately

seano-160 said:

June 19th, 7:45 pm

Anyone actually know what the song in this trailer is?? If so care to tell me??

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