Call Of Duty: WW2 DLC War Machine's New Maps And Modes Showcased

The Greatest Generation vs the undead.


Activision has dropped a trailer for the next Call of Duty: WWII downloadable content, The War Machine. It gives us nice cinematic views of the new multiplayer maps, along with another War Mode mission and the next chapter in the Nazi Zombies mode.

The maps include Dunkirk, V2, and Egypt. The latter is the first time this series has gone to the country, and we get a nice view of the action inside landmarks like the Great Pyramids. Dunkirk and V2 offer a large open area with some tight interiors and a secret rocket test site, respectively. The War Mission mode is Operation Husky, which introduces aerial dogfights. The trailer ends on the Shadowed Throne, the next chapter of the Nazi Zombies storyline. This one takes the fight to Berlin, where Doktor Straub's army is attempting to purge the city. With monsters, presumably.

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The War Machine will release on April 10 for PlayStation 4. Sony's timed exclusivity deal with Activision means it will arrive about a month later on PC and Xbox One, though it will include the same content on those platforms.

War Machine will be available as a standalone purchase, or as part of the Season Pass for $50 / £40 / AU $65. That also nets you access to the first expansion, The Resistance. Like this latest DLC, that also added new multiplayer maps, a War mode level, and an addition to Nazi Zombies mode.

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