The developer of Call of Duty WW2, the Sledgehammer Games have recently revealed a new gameplay update. Meanwhile, the fans of COD WW2 have also uncovered a number of new details about the new Zombies mode.
The developer has released a big Call of Duty WW2 announcement. According to the developer, the game will not be having the Automatic Health generations system. In addition, the Medic packs and traditional Ammo pickups will also not be available in the game. However, the players will be able to ask the squadmates for medical assistance. Same goes for the ammo, players will have to ask squadmates for additional ammo.
Call of Duty WW2 is going to release on November 3, 2017, Sledgehammer Games confirms. The game will be available to play on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. However, Nintendo Switch will not be able to have the game on it.
According to the new game update from the developer, the Single-player play will follow the Private Daniels as the main character. Daniels will fight through regions such as France, Belgium, and other locations from the World War 2 era.
Furthermore, the Multiplayer play will be fully revealing on the upcoming E3 Gaming Expo. However, Activision has confirmed a number of game’s new multiplayer features such as-
- War: This narrative-driven mode brings a gripping new layer of excitement to Axis vs. Allies team play.
- Divisions: A new approach to Create-a-Class and character customization as you enlist in a division and progress through the ranks.
- Headquarters: A brand-new, social feature for Call of Duty, where you rally and interact with your fellow soldiers.
Well, this isn’t the only good news that came out this week about the Call of Duty WW2. A bunch of Call of Duty WW2 fans has found a number of new clues and hints about the Zombies Mode in the game. However, the developer Sledgehammer Games has yet to confirm these new discoveries.
The fans have discovered a series of different letters on the newly revealed Zombies teaser image. The letters such as “IUFDJ BHLOP and JMUBA” are visible on the Zombie’s helmet in a certain amount of light. In addition, typing all of these letters while using a decoder on the website of Zombies teaser unlocks a file that contains two more images.
According to some Redditors, the left side image in somehow linked to the Operation Barbarossa. This operation is referred to the era when the Nazis first invaded the Soviet Union. However, the right side image is a painting by Raphael namely “Young Man”. The significant thing about the painting is that it was lost in during the time of WW2. Check out the painting and the Young Man Image below.
Moreover, the fans who type in the letters on the helmet will receive the message “A New Horror Rises.” The Typewriter on the website features the location of Dunkirk in France. This is the actual place where the Siege of Dunkirk began. This simply points out to the possible new locations and battles that can appear in the Zombies mode.
These are all the fan made discoveries, so they can be true at some point in the game or they can also prove just speculations. What’s the real purpose of the letters on the helmet and what do these paintings mean? This will all be fully discovered when the developer will open up about it. Until then, let’s hope this will turn out as they look. E3 is possibly the full and final reveal for the game.