Can You Hear the Drums? Call of Duty WWII: Nazi Zombies

Call of Duty is back with two of the most trending keywords in history. The World War II: Nazi Zombies trailer was unleashed on Comic-Con and uploaded on YouTube...
Nazi Zombies

Call of Duty is back with two of the most trending keywords in history. The World War II: Nazi Zombies trailer was unleashed on Comic-Con and uploaded on YouTube by SledgeHammer Games and Activision:

The trailer on YouTube spares you the jump scares, though we can’t say the same thing for the game itself.

Players will be going co-op to a small, winter town in Germany to recover priceless works of art that were purportedly stolen by the Axis powers during the world war. Mittelberg in real life seems like a quaint town nestled in the grassy mountains – typical fare for unleashing a concoction of genocide and undead. Claustrophobic, in the middle of nowhere and terrifying at night, the game is going to be uncomfortable.

 

The team will encounter not art, but a more sinister piece of work. Experiments, a dangerous numbered element, and the Fuhrer will back players into a corner, down into a dark rusty basement into a maze of death where they get a glimpse of an even darker side of humanity than anybody thought possible.

The story is built on its characters and the scare factors rely on the hostile and untamed environment that both were meticulously crafted by the game’s creative team. On a consistent note, the graphics will make sure that you can almost smell the rotting flesh as they rush towards you in a hungry frenzy.

The campaign has an all-star cast for Nazi Zombie Mode with Vhing Rhames comfortably in the fray as Jefferson Potts, Udo Kier, Katheryn Winnick, Elodie Yung, and David Tennant as Doktor Peter Straub, Marie Fischer, Olivia Durant and Drostan Hynd.

Find more details at the office website here.

 

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Alex is a university student and an avid gamer who has been freelance writing on a client basis since high school. He has written about exciting subjects like banking and pregnancy- topics he believes prepared him for the world of gaming journalism, along with his technical knowledge and skills like blowing into cartridges and memory cards if they don’t work.
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