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Thursday, August 17, 2017

Call Of Duty WWII Nazi Zombie's Has Arrived

We haven’t had a good World War 2 COD game in a very long time, there is going to be a huge difference between 2008 and 2017. The hardware and capabilities have vastly improved.The success will ultimately depend on how well Sledgehammer Games can make this. Learning from mistakes and having a shot at a much different era could make this a huge success for 2017.

Gaming INTEL have run various poles over the past 24 months and all the votes were dominated with settings in the past. The most popular were the Vietnam era and World War II , Sledgehammer boss Michael Condrey has said the Zombie mode will have “some really authentic stuff” including a more grounded back story that’s based on real history.
This game will let longtime fans experience World War II like never before, and will introduce this historic conflict to a whole new generation of gamers in the process.”co-operative mode delivers a unique storyline that’s an all-new take on Nazi Zombies, taking players to some very dark, grim places in Nazi Zombies. This is one hell of a horror experience.”
Call of Duty: WWII has a November release date

CALL OF DUTY WW2 developer Sledgehammer is unhappy with the fact that the upcoming Zombies game play trailer has leaked early.

Activation confirmed that Call of Duty: WWII will release on PC, PS4 and Xbox One on 3 November 2017. This shouldn't come as much of a surprise as it not only confirms an earlier leaked release date, but it's right within the usual release window for a Call of Duty title.
Call of Duty returns to its World War II roots with Call of Duty: WWII, developed by Sledgehammer Games.and founders Michael Condrey and Glen Schofield.
  • The Nazi Zombies San Diego Comic Con panel was hosted by YouTube personality Greg Miller, co-founder of Kinda Funny Games and featured the cast along with developers from the Sledgehammer Games team.  Panel attendees got a first look at all new zombies footage, plus a behind the scenes sneak peek at the making of the new cooperative mode.
  • The cast includes some big names including David Tennant (Doctor Who), Katheryn Winnick (Vikings),Ving Rhames (Pulp Fiction) , Elodie Yung (Marvel’s Daredevil) and Udo Kier(Grindhouse). In terms of story, the new mode will be focussed around attempting to recover a number of works of art from a Bavarian village , featuring the voice of actor Craig Fairbrass (also known for his role as Gaz in Modern Warfare, Ghost in Modern Warfare 2, Wallcroft in Modern Warfare 3, and Tee in Infinite Warfare). Other voice packs feature various celebrities, including rapper Method Man, YouTuber Ozzy Man Reviews, and comedian Ken Jeong.

    The game :
  • we get to see some of the new zombie types players will be facing off against, some of whom have no arms, others who are completely missing all of their skin and flesh. It's safe to say that Call of Duty: WWII's zombies are most certainly more horror-themed compared to the other games.

  • Instead of the, rather similar, classes of Infinite Warfare and Advanced Warfare, WWII lets you pick from five new divisions – Airborne, Mountain, Infantry, Armored and Expeditionary. Each class is suited to a different play style, but it appears that you should be able to tweak each of them to your own preference. These "divisions" are present in each of the multiplayer modes in Call of Duty: WWII, So, Call of Duty is taking players back to WW2 in a "return to its roots."

  • It's been revealed that in the main campaign players will take control of a 19 year old soldier from Texas called Red Daniels who's fighting on the front lines along with his squad-mates in the 1st Infantry division. Though Daniels will be the "primary protagonist", players will also play as another soldier and Daniels' best friend called Zussman.
  • Glen Schofield has said that AI has been improved so that when players interact with their AI squad they'll feel genuinely intelligent and the interactions will have real meaning to the player.

  • This time multiplayer maps will feature real and iconic locations from the war and the different weapons and technology available to players will mean that they'll have to adapt their strategy from what they've grown used to in other Call of Duty titles.

  • A big new addition to multiplayer mode is Headquarters which will allow players to be social and interact with one another. Comparisons are being drawn to Destiny's Tower or hubs in World of Warcraft for a better idea of how this is intended to work.
  • The demo showed us the first-person experience of controlling Daniels through the town’s twisting streets, showing off the game’s smooth combat controls and impressively realistic graphics. Depending on how you feel about dismembered bodies it might sometimes border on too realistic.
  • War is the franchise’s first narrative-driven objective based multiplayer mode
    casts players into one of two camps:
    Attacking , In this mode, the attacking team must try to push across the game’s map by completing a set of four of tasks. In the game we played the first involved capturing an enemy building, the second required us to build a bridge, the third saw us capturing an ammo depo, while the final challenge was escorting a tank through a town’s streets.
    Defending ,The attackers only have a limited amount of time to complete their tasks and if they don’t manage to do so, victory goes to the defenders.

They say that the British general public has been 'misled' into believing that video games are responsible for horrific acts of violence by 'picture media, politicians, and other personalities. As evidence for their point, the psychologists compared video game sales across different nations. the three countries with the fewest global game sales had a nearly 200 per cent higher average violent crime rate than the three countries that sold the most games.
  • Statistics suggest that the Japan and North Korea are the world's biggest spenders on video games per 100,000 people.
    The two countries spend almost £14million ($17million) per 100,000 citizens between them every year.
  • The United States is third in the list, with an average yearly spend of £4.9million ($6million) per 100,000 people.
  • Fourth place is taken by the United Kingdom, with £4.1million ($5million) spent per 100,000 people

Price :

Base Edition and Digital Base Edition – Suggested Retail Price $59.99.
Digital Deluxe Edition – Season Passand more, SRP $99.99.
Pro Edition – Season Pass, collectible SteelbookTM and more, SRP $99.99

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