Since Call of Duty WW2 is coming closer and closer to release, players have started to look everywhere they can for any sort of gameplay, and a 30-second snippet of Call of Duty WW2 Uplink gameplay will be providing some kind of fix to them in the next few weeks.
Gridiron is Call of Duty WW2’s version of the Uplink game mode, which previously debuted in Sledgehammer’s Call of Duty Advanced Warfare. Players will be grabbing a football and running it to the other end of the map, where they’ll attempt to chuck it into the other team’s goal. However, despite the video above claiming it’s Gridiron it’s actually a mode called Uplink Legacy.
The Call of Duty WW2 Uplink gameplay that we’ve seen so far appears to play exactly like Advanced Warfare’s Uplink, as a player grabs the football, runs across the map, and throws it into the goal before they’re shot by the rest of the enemy team camping around the goal.
Since this is Uplink gameplay (or rather Uplink Legacy if you want to put out the full title), we still don’t really know what Gridiron will play like. Hopefully, however, we’ll be seeing more of that sometime in the future.
Call of Duty WW2 will have many more game modes than just Uplink Legacy and Gridiron, such as their new game mode War, and other game modes like Kill Confirmed, Team Deathmatch, and more. However, since the game releases on November 3, and today’s October 19, we still have a good ways to go before we can actually play the game and experience everything its multiplayer has to offer.
To see the Call of Duty WW2 uplink gameplay for yourself, you can look further up this article at the clip. Call of Duty WW2 will be releasing for Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC on November 3.