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Last week Activision finally lifted the lid on Call of Duty: WWII‘s multiplayer, offering up a trailer and a playable build at E3.

Thanks to Charlie Intel, we now know the 12 scoresctreaks that were included in that build of the game. Presumably more will be in the final game, but for now here are the ones we know about:

  • Recon Aircraft — A recon aircraft that reveals enemies location on the mini-map
  • Counter Recon Aircraft — A fighter that destroys an enemy Recon Aircraft or Counter Recon Aircraft
  • Flamethrower — A portable flamethrower
  • Fighter Pilot — Fly a strafing run in a fighter aircraft
  • Care Package — A Care Package is delivered on a parachute that contains a random scorestreak
  • Glide Bomb — A remote controlled bomb
  • Mortar Strike — A precision strike upon three targeted locations
  • Artillery Barrage — An artillery barrage on a designated location
  • Flak Guns — Destroy all enemy scorestreaks and block enemies from using new ones
  • Paratroopers — Call in paratrooper reinforcements
  • Carpet Bombing — An aerial obliteration bombing that makes multiple passes over the enemy occupied territory
  • Ball Turret Gunner — Occupy a B-17G and decimate enemies with its ball turret

For those who missed it, you can get your first look at Call of Duty: WWII‘s multiplayer in the reveal trailer here.

As well as revealing multiplayer, Activision also released new trailers for the game’s five Divisions, which are replacing the series’ create-a-class system.

Call of Duty: WWII launches November 3rd for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. If you can’t wait until then, an open beta is scheduled to begin on PlayStation 4 in August, with other platforms to follow at a later date.

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The Call of Duty: WWII scorestreaks revealed so far

Here are all the Call of Duty: WWII scorestreaks that were revealed during E3.

By Matthew Bennett | 06/19/2017 06:00 AM PT

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Last week Activision finally lifted the lid on Call of Duty: WWII‘s multiplayer, offering up a trailer and a playable build at E3.

Thanks to Charlie Intel, we now know the 12 scoresctreaks that were included in that build of the game. Presumably more will be in the final game, but for now here are the ones we know about:

  • Recon Aircraft — A recon aircraft that reveals enemies location on the mini-map
  • Counter Recon Aircraft — A fighter that destroys an enemy Recon Aircraft or Counter Recon Aircraft
  • Flamethrower — A portable flamethrower
  • Fighter Pilot — Fly a strafing run in a fighter aircraft
  • Care Package — A Care Package is delivered on a parachute that contains a random scorestreak
  • Glide Bomb — A remote controlled bomb
  • Mortar Strike — A precision strike upon three targeted locations
  • Artillery Barrage — An artillery barrage on a designated location
  • Flak Guns — Destroy all enemy scorestreaks and block enemies from using new ones
  • Paratroopers — Call in paratrooper reinforcements
  • Carpet Bombing — An aerial obliteration bombing that makes multiple passes over the enemy occupied territory
  • Ball Turret Gunner — Occupy a B-17G and decimate enemies with its ball turret

For those who missed it, you can get your first look at Call of Duty: WWII‘s multiplayer in the reveal trailer here.

As well as revealing multiplayer, Activision also released new trailers for the game’s five Divisions, which are replacing the series’ create-a-class system.

Call of Duty: WWII launches November 3rd for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. If you can’t wait until then, an open beta is scheduled to begin on PlayStation 4 in August, with other platforms to follow at a later date.

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89