Call Of Duty: WW2's First DLC Pack Out Now On Xbox One And PC
Here's what you'll get in the DLC.
Call of Duty: WWII players on PS4 have been able to check out the game's first DLC pack since January, but due to Activision's deal with Sony, Xbox One and PC players have had to wait. That changes today, as The Resistance DLC is out now for all players.
The DLC comes with a few new multiplayer maps, called Valkyrie, Anthropoid, and Occupation, which all are themed after the World War II resistance movement. You can also try out a new War mode map, Operation Intercept, which tasks you with rescuing French resistance members.
Finally, the pack comes with a new Nazi Zombies mode, titled The Darkest Shore. In addition to the normal zombie-killing gameplay, The Darkest Shore also adds new weapons, smarter zombies, and a fog effect.
The expansion is included in Call of Duty: WWII's season pass, which runs for $50 / £40 / AU $65. You can also grab it by itself for $15 / £11.59 / AU $20.45. There's no word yet on what's next for Call of Duty: WWII, although it's safe to assume that a new DLC pack will likely be announced in the next few months.
In other news, the founders of developer Sledgehammer, Michael Condrey and Glen Schofield, recently left the studio to work as executives at Activision. Further, we know that this year's Call of Duty title is in the works at Treyarch, which is in line with rumors that the game will be Black Ops 4.
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