Call of Duty: WWII‘s multiplayer will feature locations going beyond the single-player campaign’s Western front.
According to a recent report by Edge magazine, Call of Duty: WWII‘s multiplayer won’t be limited to the settings of the story campaign (via Reddit).
“Such environmental storytelling will also feature in the multiplayer component, which in addition to revisiting battlefields featured in the single-player campaign will also expand to different fronts,” Edge reported. “A stop on Condrey and Schofield’s research trip informed one such multiplayer map, but with the mode’s finer details being held back for E3—and a beady-eyed Activision rep sat in the interview room—specifics elude us.”
While Call of Duty: WWII‘s campaign is known to be focused on the European front of the war, the multiplayer will have wider location variety, with maps potentially set on fronts in Africa or even the Pacific Theater. Activision will likely elaborate on the multiplayer’s setting variety during the game’s multiplayer debut at this year’s E3.
The same Edge article also provided the curious reveal that the shooter’s co-op Zombies mode would be “based on real events”. In competitive multiplayer news, health regeneration could still be part of the mode, unlike the story campaign.
Call of Duty: WWII is slated to launch November 3rd on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
Source: Charlie Intel