Call of Duty: WWII’s DLC Pack 2 is The War Machine

The next DLC pack for Call of Duty: WWII, The War Machine is coming to PS4 in early April. The War Machine adds new multiplayer maps, a new Zombies scenario and a brand new War stage.

In The War Machine, players will be able to travel to Egypt for the first-time and fight on the battlefields of Northern Africa. Other maps also include Dunkirk a V2 facility in Germany.

Call of Duty: WWII The War Machine

War Mode’s brand-new mission, Operation Husky, has been co-developed with Raven Software and will introduce aerial dogfighting. Zombies will also get a brand new chapter that will take things to an all-new level.

Call of Duty: WWII The War Machine’s three new maps are as follows;

Egypt: For the first time in Call of Duty: WWII, we’re bringing players to the battlefields of Northern Africa and the Egyptian pyramids. Players fight in and around the ancient ruins at Giza with landmarks that you’re sure to recognize. 

The map features an interior temple in the centre that heats up during intense Domination matches with more open exterior lanes to either side. There’s something for everyone, as all ranges and playstyles have a place to call home here.

Dunkirk: Players face off on the sands and beachfront boardwalk of the French sea-side city of Dunkirk. This map features a large, open and dangerous beach area flanked by tight interiors through the buildings lining the beach-front. 

Sniping can be effective here, though aggressive running and gunning can also pay off, so keep sharp and watch your angles and surroundings to win the day.

V2: Welcome to V2 – a rocket development and test site located in rural Germany. V2 is a tight, ultra-fast paced map that never lets up for a moment. 

The launch tower sits at the map centre, providing a focal point and an opportunity to grab an elevated sightline on unsuspecting opponents. Short-to mid-range engagements are dominant here, with fast and furious gameplay throughout – don’t blink!

Dogfighting in War Mode

Operation Husky, the new War Mode mission, is based on the Allied invasion of Sicily. This mission sees players having to retrieve intelligence on German targets.

This intelligence is located in Palermo and Naples and will feature the same gameplay fans have come to love in addition to the dogfighting. 

Players will need to gather the intelligence, send it to HQ and then head up into the skies to destroy enemy fighter planes to clear the airspace for Allied bombers. 

Brand-new Zombies

Finally, the new Zombies chapter in The War Machine takes players to the burning heart of Nazi Germany. In the midst of the fires raging in Berlin, Doktor Straub is using his undead army to kill any and all Allies in the city.

Zombies’ four heroes Marie, Drostan, Olivia, and Jefferson will continue their journey into the undead, alternate take on Nazi history and attempt to put a stop to the zombie hordes for good.

Call of Duty: WWII The War Machine will launch first on PS4 on April 11, 2018.

PC and Xbox One releases will follow at a later date.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
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