Hands-on with 3 missions of Call of Duty: WWII multiplayer

Hands-on with 3 missions of Call of Duty: WWII multiplayer

About three years ago, Sledgehammer Games and Activision decided to go back to the roots of Call of Duty in a setting in World War II. And with the revelation of Call of Duty: WWII’s multiplayer combat last week at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), we finally have a good idea of what the decision means for “boots on the ground” combat. At the big game trade show in Los Angeles. I played a few rounds of multiplayer on some close-combat maps, and then I interviewed Michael Condrey, co-CEO of Sledgehammer Games. Here are my impressions of the different matches we played. Team deathmatch on Pointe Du Hoc Above: Pointe Du HocImage Credit: Activision We started with a battle in the bunkers at Pointe Du Hoc, where the U.S. Army Rangers scaled cliffs and fought hand-to-hand. During the invasion of Normandy, the cliffs were considered a high-priority target because they reportedly had artillery guns that could have cut into the invasion fleet. The Rangers landed on [...]

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