Activision has revealed the subsequent DLC growth for Call of Duty: WWII, and it is on the best way for some gamers very quickly. The War Machine pack releases for PS4 on April 10 and introduces new maps, a War Mode mission, and different content material to the WWII shooter.
Like different Call of Duty DLC packs, The War Machine provides three new multiplayer maps to the sport: Egypt, Dunkirk, and V2. Egypt marks the primary time the Call of Duty collection has taken gamers to the nation and has them battling across the Great Pyramids and different acquainted landmarks. Dunkirk drops gamers within the French seaside metropolis and encompasses a “massive, open and harmful seaside space flanked by tight interiors.” V2, in the meantime, is an “ultra-fast paced map” set in a secret rocket check website in Germany.
Additionally, The War Machine provides a brand new War Mode mission referred to as Operation Husky. This map was co-developed with Raven Software and duties gamers with gathering intelligence on the placement of German targets. It additionally introduces aerial dogfights to the sport; after transmitting their intel to HQ, gamers must shoot down enemy planes so as to clear the world for Allied bombers.
Rounding out The War Machine pack is one other chapter within the Nazi Zombies mode, referred to as The Shadowed Throne. This chapter “takes the Barbarossa storyline to a completely new degree.” As Activision teases, “Berlin is burning, and Doktor Straub’s monstrous military is hellbent on purging his metropolis of the Allied invaders.”
Thanks to Sony’s timed exclusivity cope with Activision, The War Machine pack will launch for PS4 a few month earlier than it arrives on Xbox One and PC. The DLC is included in Call of Duty: WWII’s $50 / £40 / AU $65 season move, which additionally grants gamers entry to the sport’s first growth, The Resistance. That may be additionally bought individually for $15 / £11.59 / AU $20.45.