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We’ve gotten a ton of information about Call of Duty: WWII‘s multiplayer and Nazi Zombies modes, but developer Sledgehammer Games has kept pretty quiet about its star-studded campaign.

Now, thanks to Game Informer‘s September issue cover story on the upcoming “boots-on-the-ground” shooter, we’re finally getting a few morsels of information about the campaign, including one mission where you’ll dress up as a Nazi.

The mission, called “Wolf’s Den,” will have you disguise yourself in a Nazi uniform and sneak into a German base, where you’ll have to interact with German soldiers and not give yourself away by saying the wrong thing or acting suspiciously. Reportedly, this section of the game will introduce “tools and techniques” unique to this particular mission, which Game Informer described as a “deadly game of cat and mouse.”

In other words, it’s just like when Indiana Jones went to Berlin, or the great bar scene from Inglourious Basterds.

Besides that reveal, the Game Informer story rehashes information we mostly already had, such as the inclusion of missions revolving around the landing on Omaha Beach, Operation Cobra, and Hurtgen Forest, and Sledgehammer co-founder Michael Condrey once again talks about why there’s no Nazi iconography in the multiplayer and Zombies modes.

Call of Duty: WWII launches November 3rd for Xbox One, PS4, and PC, with a multiplayer beta for pre-order customers starting on August 25th.

Source: GameSpot

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Call of Duty: WWII’s campaign is taking a page from Indiana Jones

In the next Call of Duty's story missions, sometimes your wits be your most powerful weapon

By Michael Goroff | 08/10/2017 11:30 AM PT | Updated 08/10/2017 11:36 AM PT

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We’ve gotten a ton of information about Call of Duty: WWII‘s multiplayer and Nazi Zombies modes, but developer Sledgehammer Games has kept pretty quiet about its star-studded campaign.

Now, thanks to Game Informer‘s September issue cover story on the upcoming “boots-on-the-ground” shooter, we’re finally getting a few morsels of information about the campaign, including one mission where you’ll dress up as a Nazi.

The mission, called “Wolf’s Den,” will have you disguise yourself in a Nazi uniform and sneak into a German base, where you’ll have to interact with German soldiers and not give yourself away by saying the wrong thing or acting suspiciously. Reportedly, this section of the game will introduce “tools and techniques” unique to this particular mission, which Game Informer described as a “deadly game of cat and mouse.”

In other words, it’s just like when Indiana Jones went to Berlin, or the great bar scene from Inglourious Basterds.

Besides that reveal, the Game Informer story rehashes information we mostly already had, such as the inclusion of missions revolving around the landing on Omaha Beach, Operation Cobra, and Hurtgen Forest, and Sledgehammer co-founder Michael Condrey once again talks about why there’s no Nazi iconography in the multiplayer and Zombies modes.

Call of Duty: WWII launches November 3rd for Xbox One, PS4, and PC, with a multiplayer beta for pre-order customers starting on August 25th.

Source: GameSpot

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About Michael Goroff

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Michael Goroff has been gaming for almost three decades. He's a lover of all games and systems, but he mostly plays Xbox. That being said, if he's a fanboy, he's a fanboy for the game industry as a whole. Spit white-hot fanboy hate at him, trash talk his Gold II rank on Rocket League, or maybe just send him a cordial hello on Twitter @gogogoroff.