Call of Duty: WWII United Front DLC Arriving with New Maps, Mission and Zombie Saga Update
Amy Chen |
Jun 26, 2018
The Call of Duty: WWII United Front DLC will be launching today along with new three multiplayer maps, an all-new War Mode mission, and a zombie saga update.
Market Garden is one of the maps that players get to explore. Set in the Netherlands, Market Garden was one of the largest airborne operations in the European Theatre. In the Call of Duty: WWII United Front, players must maintain control of a mansion base located there. However, players must also watch out for intense gunfights at every corner in this fast-paced map.
Monte Cassino is another new Call of Duty: WWII United Front map, where players join the battle within a war-torn village. It’s located below a mountaintop monastery and has loads of sneaky flank paths along cliffs, as well as rooftop vantage points. Threats can come from anywhere on Monte Cassino, which requires players to always be on the lookout.
Based on the World War II confrontation, Stalingrad is a medium-to-large-sized map that features two main bases. These are located within a destroyed industrial district on opposite sides. While players on the ground can sneak around the underground sewers to flank their enemies, snipers can secure key perches to get control of the map’s centre.
Meanwhile, the all-new War Mode mission, Operation Supercharge, is named after the Second Battle of El Alamein. Call of Duty: WWII United Front players must push their enemies away from their southern defensive position. Allies also air-drop into Tunisia, collect supplies from a Nazi-occupied village, and detonate a transport bridge. The final step in this map is to make a knockout blow with the capture of entrenched Axis fortifications.
As for the Nazi Zombies saga chapter, The Tortured Path, Call of Duty: WWII United Front players must uncover the forges of Thule, make the sword whole again, and kill the Undead. This chapter follows General Rideau, who takes a final gambit to personally lead a small caravan across the infested land standing between Berlin and an Allied-controlled port.
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