Ever since 2008’s Call of Duty: World at War, I’ve hugely appreciated the Zombies co-op mode that has evolved into a series staple. With Sledgehammer Games taking the reins for COD: WWII, I’ve been dying to learn how this talented studio will innovate on one of the most popular cooperative shooters in history.
This is an especially important question since some of Sledgehammer’s founding members were responsible for the horror classic Dead Space! So we tossed a batch of questions at COD: WWII’s Zombies lead Jon Horsley, senior director at Sledgehammer Games, to learn what the studio is up to. Read on to get the first nitty-gritty details on COD: WWII’s Zombies mode, straight from Sledgehammer.
Today I’m happy to introduce the Limited Edition Call of Duty: WWII PlayStation 4 Bundle. This special bundle features a green camo PS4 system equipped with a 1TB hard drive – which if you take a closer look you might spot patterns of something you’re all familiar with… The bundle also includes a matching green DualShock 4 wireless controller, and a physical standard edition copy of Call of Duty: WWII. And don’t forget, PS4 users get early access to Call of Duty: WWII DLC Map Packs, which will launch on PS4 30 days ahead of other platforms (sold separately).
In Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, we’ve seen the Sabotage, Continuum, and Absolution DLC Packs, which have each added a brand-new zombies adventure based on the macabre world of twisted horror director Willard Wyler, along with 12 additional maps for multiplayer.
Now, prepare yourself for the fourth DLC Pack – Retribution. Available first on PS4 beginning September 12, Retribution takes players across four new epic multiplayer maps, and also launches you into the final Infinite Warfare zombies co-op experience titled The Beast from Beyond.
Good news! This Wednesday at 10:00am Pacific Time, I’ll be sitting down with the team at Sledgehammer Games to get an exclusive preview of the second weekend of the Call of Duty: WWII Multiplayer Beta. We’ll be streaming live on Twitch, YouTube, and Facebook.
The Call of Duty: WWII Private Multiplayer Beta is nearly here on PS4, and we’ve got all the intel you need to get in on the action when it deploys August 25.
Last week, Sledgehammer Games released a special message to let everyone know what to expect from the Private Multiplayer Beta, which is just a small part of the full multiplayer mode, and to thank everyone for taking part as this will help hone the final experience when the full game launches on November 3. “We love the active dialog we have with the Call of Duty community, and value the exchange of ideas and constructive feedback we have with fans. Your feedback will help us finalize features, optimize gameplay balance, and refine the remaining development roadmap to launch. So please explore, rank up, and have fun. Share as much feedback as you can – everything helps. The development team will be playing non-stop, and we’ll be monitoring performance and collecting valuable data around the clock.”
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.
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