Call Of Duty WW2; Snipers, Warfare, and Zombies

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            Call Of Duty World War II was made by Sledgehammer and Activision. The companies allowed customers who pre-ordered the game to play a beta version (a trial portion of the game with only a handful of modes, maps, and weapons). The actual release date was on November 3, 2017. As of right now the game has not won any awards. I have checked the reviews for this game and the majority of the consumers said they loved the game and it was great. I agree with all of the reviews, this Call Of Duty is by far my favorite one yet.

This Call Of Duty is set in World War II (from 1939 to 1945). This game has three different game modes players can choose from. First is the multiplayer mode; the game maps are based on real life battle spots in World War II. In the multiplayer mode players can play against people from all over the world on maps such as Gibraltar, Ardennes Forest, Flak Tower, and many more historical spots. There are many game modes in the multiplayer mode such as Team Death match, Capture the Flag, Kill Confirmed, etc. The next mode is the campaign. The campaign is a single player mode where the player has to follow the story line and complete specific objectives to beat the game. In the campaign, the players control a U.S. soldier as he goes through different periods of the war. The players will come across more places from the actual war, and they will meet some interesting characters along the way. The last game mode is Nazi Zombies. Players can run around a map specifically made for the zombie’s game mode and kill as many zombies they can before they die. This game mode is not really objective based, but you can go through and uncover objectives to complete a “secret” objective to technically beat the mode.

One of my favorite parts of the game is the multiplayer mode. I really love to get on and test my sniper rifle skills against random people. There is a variety of weapons from sniper rifles to machine guns and everything in between. All the maps are gorgeous and they are really fun to play. I spend hours and hours playing multiplayer mode, and I’ve made some good friends from across the world on this game. My other favorite part is the campaign mode. At points it is very challenging, but that’s what makes it fun because it is very rewarding getting to the next mission. The designers made the campaign mode look just like a movie. The scenes are so beautiful, and so realistic that I just love to explore every single corner of the campaign mode. I even love the Nazi Zombies mode because of how well developed everything is. It is really cool to find the secret objectives, and being rewarded for doing so. Sledgehammer and Activision really went all out this year and listened to all the Call Of Duty fans.

Like always with good there is a little bad. Certain weapons in Call Of Duty get deemed as overpowered or under powered. The developers take notice to what the community says about each weapon and they tweak them in new updates. The powerful weapons get “nerfed”; also known as making the gun less powerful, and the less powerful guns get “buffed” meaning they get upgraded. Sometimes nerfs and buffs are completely necessary, but not all of the time. My favorite sniper rifle, the KAR98, was making many players mad because they were getting killed a lot by the gun. The speed of aiming down sight was really fast making it easier to scope in and get a fast kill. With everyone complaining about being killed the aim down sight speed was nerfed and now there is not much difference between the three bolt-action sniper rifles other than looks. Another big let down is the secret challenges in the zombie mode. These challenges are really meant for two to four players, but I play by myself. Some of the challenges start to seem impossible and they are really difficult. I just wish the developers would modify the challenges for single players to make it a little bit more achievable and enjoyable.

I definitely recommend people to buy and play this game. People will have hours upon hours of fun with the different game modes. Also whoever buys the game could possibly meet a new friend from some place around the world if they so choose to. Out of a ten I would rate this game a nine only because of the nerfing and the difficulty on the secret challenges. The developers definitely listened to the Call Of Duty community and put out an amazing game filled with awesome historic moments that people definitely have to check out. Call Of Duty World War II is priced at $59.99 and I personally think it is worth the price. This game has frequent updates and different maps introduced during the year, so in reality the game gives the player more than they pay for.

 

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