Call of Duty is the most successful first-person shooting game franchise in history. This fall, it returns to its military roots with its first World War II setting in almost a decade. In that time it has become well-known for something else: zombies. Fans know that zombies are nothing new to the Call of Duty franchise, but the developers are looking to change how Call of Duty players experience the familiar zombie genre. A newly revealed expansion to this fall’s Call of Duty WWII, titled Nazi Zombies, aims to be the best yet. Nazi Zombies, formally announced at San Diego Comic Con last week, brings an original co-op mode with an original story to Call of Duty this November. The bulk of Call of Duty: WWII will deal with real-life events, so the Nazi Zombies team were tasked with creating a story within that universe. “With Sledgehammer Games, making a very authentic, and very historically-based World War II game, we felt it would be a lot of fun telling a story in the shadow of that universe,” Cameron Dayton, creative director of Nazi Zombies, told Newsweek. “Incredible stuff happened there in history, and there’s this little corner of the story… Read full this story
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