Call of Duty WWII’s PS4 beta is just one month away, which will represent the first time the massive Call of Duty community will experience Divisions, the game’s new approach to COD’s iconic create-a-class system.
Here’s an overview of the five Divisions, all of which will be included in the beta hitting next month.
Today, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is out on PS4 as a standalone game. Remastered in true high-definition, it features enhanced textures, rendering, lighting, and much more to bring the experience of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare to a new generation of fans.
You can pick up the game as a physical disc or as a digital download for $39.99. Also starting today –and continuing for a limited time — the Modern Warfare Remastered Variety Map Pack is available on PlayStation Store for $9.99, adding four new maps to Modern Warfare Remastered along with ten Rare Operation Lion Strike Supply Drops for your inventory.
During the Sony PlayStation E3 2017 Press Conference tonight, Activision debuted the first look at the Call of Duty: WWII Multiplayer, complete with the pounding sounds of war and actual flames while providing a scorching look at this highly anticipated game. However, the real heat came from the trailer itself, which you can watch above. Warning: have some ice nearby for your retinas.
As you can see, Call of Duty: WWII Multiplayer marks an exciting return to the franchise’s World War II roots and combat that defined the franchise. Prepare for fast-paced, grounded action with an arsenal of iconic weapons and equipment in the fight to liberate a continent in the throes of tyranny. Call of Duty: WWII immerses players in the brutal gameplay of history’s largest conflict.
April saw the reveal of Call of Duty: WWII, an eagerly awaited return to the conflict that started it all. Though development is still at an early stage, we wanted to give PlayStation fans a chance to ask a few questions to the team at Sledgehammer Games.
It’s early days, but we hope the morsels of information below will tide you over until E3 next week. Read on, and enjoy!
The Zombies universe that we began building in 2008 has blossomed into something that we never could’ve imagined when we began the endeavor. What started as a simple wave-defense co-op game – an Easter Egg awarded for completing the campaign – evolved into the defacto “third-game-in-one” for the Call of Duty franchise with a hardcore community of fans. Simply put, it’s been nothing short of a thrill ride.
Time to break out your disco ball, glue up your Mohawk, and get magnetic as Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Continuum — our second map pack — launches first on PlayStation 4.
We’re bringing some fresh, funky, and unique content to the game with Continuum. Our team has been playing along and poring over the comments, data, and info we’ve heard from the multiplayer community to make new maps that appeal to both our biggest and our newest fans. To that end, we took another cherished multiplayer map, Rust from Modern Warfare 2, reimagined it perched atop a gilded penthouse amidst a futuristic metropolis, and then created three new, environmentally lush maps that pair well with the classy reimagining.
Today the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare universe becomes even vaster as Sabotage, our first downloadable content of the season, launches first on PS4.
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