Call of Duty: WWII is a first person shooter video game developed by Call of Duty creator Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and released in 2021. The game follows the storyline of the television series Call of Duty: WWII, set in World War II. The game is set in a single city (ordinarily New York City) and revolves around the stories of a group of military men, who must save the city from the Nazis. Players are taken into the role of one of these soldiers and are allowed to engage in a wide range of tactical combat, which takes place in multiple rooms and sections of the city. There is also a heavy emphasis on military tactics and usage of weapons such as the mortar, rifle and the machine gun.
In the game, players control either the US military or the Luftwaffe and must perform tasks to either win the battle or to prevent it from being lost. To do so, the player has to complete several objectives set by the developers based on historical events. Usually there are certain time limits for each objective and if these time deadlines are not met, the objective will fail and the player will lose. As the game progresses, more units are added to the mix and this leads to an ever-increasing battle field until finally, the player is forced to decide to commit to a doomed mission or saving the city.
Like any other Modern Warfare game, Call of Duty: WWII features some single player missions as well as multiple player co-op missions. The single player missions are quite diverse; these include capturing objectives within the game and preventing the enemy from getting there. Also, there are several different classes available to players, and these include the soldier, engineer, medic, scout, and the demolisher. There are also several different types of ammunition and weapons available to be used by these classes in their missions.
When you start playing the game, you will notice that it is set in a world that looks like Washington D.C. with a red background. Several historical landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty and the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Statue are present as well as a couple of other buildings and residential areas. However, when you take to the streets of Call of Duty: WWII, you will see that most of the zombies are now Zombies and Ghouls.
In order to kill the Zombies in the game, the player must use firearms, explosives, hand grenades, or explosives themselves. Once an enemy player has been killed, the remains will be collected and may then be utilized by the other players for various tasks. Some of these tasks include healing the other players, repairing damaged vehicles, or protecting the city from a specific type of threat. However, if the entire city becomes infected with Zombies, then the game will be turned into a boss-fight, where the only way to win is to eliminate all of the enemy.
There are several different types of Zombies in Call of Duty: WWII. One is the regular class of Zombies that do not need to be healed. These include the regular skeleton, zombie, and zombie pig. Another is the Zombie Grunt, which is tougher than the regular Grunt. The Gargoyle is another variant on Zombies that is immune to fire and also does more damage in close combat.
It should be noted that the player doesn’t actually have to kill any of the enemies in the game in order to progress the storyline. Instead, they are encouraged to find and use objects within the game to advance the plot. For example, if a player enters a building, but doesn’t activate the alarm, the player is allowed to search around for any electronics inside the building that can help them find the secret entrance to the overrun facility. Once found, the player can use these electronics against the horde of zombies that are outside of the facility that will help them advance to the next level, making Call of Duty: WWII a challenging game for those who enjoy playing first person shooters.
Of course, it is not only the storyline that Call of Duty: WWII gives players to look forward to. Players are also encouraged to interact with the game’s various characters. The undead horde that attacks Call of Duty: WWII is led by a Zombie Captain who commands their army. However, players are also able to battle the human soldiers who are trying to defend the world from the undead. This interactive aspect of the game further extends the gameplay, making Call of Duty: WWII the best Call of Duty game on the Xbox Live Arcade.