Verdict

8.0 Awesome

The Call of Duty WW2 campaign story is pretty good but too short to be called a story which is due to its surprisingly fast-paced gaming style. The multiplayer feature is not up to the mark with online players facing some serious issues in this part whereas the Nazi-Zombie version is more creepier which really grabbed the audience attention. There are still some inconsistencies and minor issues but it is Call of Duty. The TechSeer recommends to play it once at least and gives it an 8 out of a solid 10.

Activision released the trailer for Call of Duty WW2 a month before its initial release and it’s safe to say that it took the gaming community by a boom. With the use of advanced technology, jetpacks and unreal jumps in Call of duty Black Ops 3, the community wanted Activision to bring back the realism Call of Duty always delivered and by god they did.

Call of Duty WW2 review

Activision in collaboration with Sledgehammer Games and Raven Software released the latest weapon in the arsenal, Call of duty World War 2. High hopes and higher expectation, Activision knew this is what the community wants and this was the only way to beat down Battlefield at their own game.

Releasing it for all platforms, the game sold 50 Thousand Plus copies in the first hour after its release, left people numb and earned positive reviews.  WWII is set to be in Normandy on D-Day and vicious battle across Europe through iconic locations in history’s most monumental war.

Call of Duty’s return to World War II is surprisingly a fast-paced take on the classic setting. It provides for a good campaign, a great new mode in multiplayer among other much-needed changes, and a better, scarier face of the war, the “Nazi Zombies”.

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The campaign mode feels like the old classic Call of duty Modern Warfare 3 one. Opening cinematic to every mission and an ending cinematic to end it. The graphics are pretty solid and the gameplay feels pretty fresh. You’re a sergeant for the Allies and are facing the Nazis in the famous D-Day war. However, the Nazis being clever, outsmart you every time. The shocking part about the game is that the developers decided not to add ‘Hitler’ in any way, they were right to some extent as history tells us that Hitler was not a big part of the famous Normandy and D-Day war.

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As a game, what we really liked in the campaign was the suspense factor. Activision really puts some work to keep the players wondering what’s going to happen next. The missions are quite lengthy if you die a few times during one. It mostly starts over as there are not a lot of checkpoints throughout the mission tenure. I really feel that this is the Call of duty they really spent time in making, my statement is in regard to the awe spring and intimidating animations.

If you’re currently playing the game you know what we are talking about. Over 20 sneak attack animations and over 5 melee animations, the arsenal is pretty much the same as any 90’s war movie. Assault rifles and submachine guns are not as common as the M1A1 Carbine. Even without fancy sights or scopes, the rifles felt best in the vast bunkers or wide battlefields. Generally, though, WW2’s weaponry is effective but well-worn. The game isn’t supposed to write history so, we can pass Activision on this one. They remade the weapons which were actually used during that period.

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Players report that the campaign is too short and is only a few hours of gameplay if you’re familiar with the past Call of Duty games, you would know that’s kind of common now. Since “Zombies” became a part of the franchise campaigns have just gone shorter and shorter.

Addressing the multiplayer, and calling it a total flop would still be an understatement. Although the campaign earned positive reviews, on the other hand, the twin multiplayer version of the game was a total slap. No stable servers, nothing fresh. A player even suggested the other players to move back to the MW1 as its multiplayer is still much better than this. Glitches and frequent fps drops in the multiplayer version were reported by many.

The Call of Duty WW2 campaign story is pretty good but too short to be called a story which is due to its surprisingly fast-paced gaming style. The multiplayer feature is not up to the mark with online players facing some serious issues in this part whereas the Nazi-Zombie version is more creepier which really grabbed the audience attention. There are still some inconsistencies and minor issues but it is Call of Duty. The TechSeer recommends to play it once at least and gives it an 8 out of a solid 10.

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