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By now you’ve probably grown pretty familiar with running and gunning down Call of Duty WWII’s streets, and now Sledgehammer Games has brought us our first taste of what’s next for its shooter. The first COD: WWII DLC pack, The Resistance, will be out from January 30th, and comes packing three new multiplayer maps, a new War Mode mission, and another horror-fuelled rampage in the Nazi Zombies Saga.
Having been to space and back (several times), Call of Duty was perhaps due a return to its roots. Call of Duty: WWII is certainly that game - it's all Carentan, M1 Garands and beach landings. But how does it hold up in terms of PC performance? Pretty solidly as it turns out, but if you are struggling to find the balance between performance and visuals, we're going to make this process a little easier for you with our graphics options performance breakdown for COD: WWII
AMD’s driver blitzkrieg continues in fine fettle with the arrival of its Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.11.1 driver. This time it’s Call of Duty: WWII that’s the benefactor.
No doubt many of you took the chance to go hands-on with Call of Duty: WWII during its recent PC open beta, but since then Sledgehammer Games has been busy getting ready for release, including nailing down the final system requirements for Call of Duty: WWII on PC.
Activision will be repeating the rather vulgar trick of withholding a beloved Call of Duty map for Call of Duty: WWII at launch. This time it’s the legendary Carentan map, one of the most iconic in series history. If you want to play Carentan at launch, you’ll have to stump up £39.99 / $49.99 for the COD: WWII Season Pass.
We're back again with another giveaway. Some massive AAA games are right around the corner and I'm giving one GD'er the chance to pick between three of the biggest games this holiday season. I'm giving away a copy of either COD WWII, Middle-Earth: Shadow of War or Assassin's Creed Origins to one lucky winner.
Call of Duty: WWII's PC open beta kicks off this weekend, providing grizzled vets and newbies alike the chance to test out the multiplayer component of Sledgehammer's shooter. Last week we got the minimum specs, now we've got the official recommended requirements for COD: WWII.
It’s officially beta season, what with Destiny 2 and how Call of Duty: WWII’s upcoming private multiplayer beta. It’s pre-orders only (Boo! Hiss!), but Sledgehammer has at least provided us with a brand spanking new gameplay trailer to celebrate the occasion. And, well, it doesn’t disappoint. Call of Duty looks firmly back on track.
It leaked in spectacularly blurry fashion earlier this week, but now Activision has revealed the official trailer for Call of Duty: WWII’s Nazi Zombies mode. They’re going down the fully fledged horror route this time around, and the trailer looks frankly insane.
I honestly didn’t think I’d be writing this, but Call of Duty: WWII’s multiplayer looks like absolutely hot stuff in a new 13-minute gameplay video. When Activision claimed the series was going back to its roots, it’s hard to argue otherwise looking at the footage - this is the original Call of Duty reimagined for 2017. 
The Call of Duty: WWII reveal wasn’t met with the record-breaking hostility last year’s Infinite Warfare received, but it’s fair to say some fans aren’t happy. Of course there’s the usual segment which will now vociferously hate anything with the COD name attached, unwilling to forgive old sins, but even regular Call of Duty fans are a little bit disappointed about what could be perceived as a step back for the series.