Call of Duty: WWII Multiplayer Puts Its Own Spin to Battlefield 1’s Operations Mode
Call of Duty: WWII multiplayer brings back skill-based gunplay to this iconic franchise. Sledgehammer Games is bringing back boots on the ground action in its purest form. The multiplayer mode will help players engage and communicate with other. The main theme behind the title is brotherhood and friendship.
To bring out the feeling of brotherhood and unity developers have added a multiplayer hub which is similar to Activision’s another popular franchise. Call of Duty: WWII Multiplayer will have a feature quite similar to that of Bungie developed Destiny. Sledgehammer Games has included a brand-new addition to the franchise, Headquarters, which is the place for the players to socialize that will feature “recognition and awards”. However, it is currently unknown what these rewards will be.
Through the hub, players will be able to join different game modes including a new multiplayer mode called “War.” The new mode features a series of objective-driven conflicts. The concept sounds very similar to Battlefield 1’s Operations mode where players move from objective to objective, pushing the enemy line back.
Speaking about Call of Duty: WWII multiplayer, Sledgehammer Games’ Michael Condray said that “For fans in general, a return to the strategic, grounded fast action of multiplayer where we began? Frankly, people are going to go bananas. It’s going to be great.”
Players can try out the beta later this year on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. You can pre-order the game to get direct access to the “private beta.” PlayStation 4 users will have early access to the “private beta,” ahead of Xbox One and PC.
Call of Duty: WWII is releasing on November 3.