Twelve of the Call of Duty: WW2 Scorestreaks that were revealed at E3 have been elaborated on and revealed, showing Call of Duty fans what players will be able to obtain if they get certain streaks and scores while they’re playing the game’s multiplayer later this year. There may be more.
Scorestreaks are nothing new to Call of Duty, as anyone who’s played multiplayer in the last few years can tell. Everything from artillery strikes to satellite imagery to AC-130s blasting down at you, to nuclear weapons, have been a part of the game before. These new scorestreaks are no exception.
The twelve Call of Duty: WW2 scorestreaks that have been revealed and explained include such things as a recon aircraft, a counter recon aircraft, a flamethrower, a fighter plane strafing run, glide bombs, mortar strikes, artillery barrages, carpet bombing, paratroopers, and the ability to take control of a turret in a B-17 Flying Fortress bomber to shoot down at the enemy.
While there’s no mention of dogs so far like so many other Call of Duty games, or tanks that you can call in and drive, there may be a number of other scorestreaks that haven’t yet been revealed, and might at some point in the future before the game releases.
We haven’t really seen any gameplay of Call of Duty: WW2 yet, even at E3. There, all we got was a trailer, and we haven’t really gotten any real information about the game yet. Since the game will be coming out in early November, Sledgehammer will hopefully show off some new footage of both multiplayer and campaign.
Hopefully that new footage (if we get any) will show us some more of the Call of Duty: WW2 scorestreaks that haven’t been revealed yet. Until then, however, we’ll just have to wait.