A recent bout of Call of Duty: WW2 multiplayer gameplay has shown us fifteen minutes’ worth of the game’s War mode, which was discussed in another article a few days ago. The mode focuses on a series of objectives across a continuous battlefield, pitting the Axis against the Allies.
The War mode pits 24 different players against each other as one side tries to accomplish various objectives, while the other team attempts to stop them. In the Call of Duty: WW2 multiplayer gameplay, we see the Axis players trying to stop the Allies from building a bridge across a river, then protecting an ammunition supply that keeps the team’s flak guns operating, and finally attempting to stop a tank from destroying the flak guns. We then see the same game from the attacking side.
The mode seems fast-paced and hectic, with a lot of conflict revolving around the various objectives that allow the game to remain fresh. Along with information on how the mode works, we also get to see some of the abilities of other classes, and more mechanics and weapons. For instance, in addition to a sniper rifle, the sniper class can also make use of a flamethrower.
Destructible environments are also a factor, as players can blow up or rebuild walls in order to lower the number of directions that enemies can come from, or increase the number of ways that your forces can invade.
Considering that this is only an early peak that the press is able to see, the possibility that the rest of the multiplayer is like this as well makes Call of Duty: WW2 seem like a worthy successor to Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, and a step up from Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
To see the Call of Duty: WW2 multiplayer gameplay for yourself, just follow this link to the IGN website, or you can experience the gameplay for yourself when the game releases on November 3 for the Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC.