Call Of Duty: WW2 – The Resistance DLC Trailer

The first Call of Duty: WWII's DLC pack titled, The Resistance, will be available for players very soon. The expansion launches on PS4 next week and introduces more content and new maps to the fan-favourite WWII FPS. Prior to its release, Activision shared another trailer for The Resistance that pinpoints what the player can expect in the upcoming DLC.
Call Of Duty: WW2 - The Resistance DLC Trailer

Call Of Duty: WW2 – The Resistance DLC Trailer

The newly released trailer (which can be viewed at the bottom of the article) gives the player an insight into what Activision and Sledgehammer Games are adding to the game. The Resistance will consist of three new multiplayer maps, including: Valkyrie, Anthropoid, and Occupation, all of which Sledgehammer say are themed around the idea of resistance. Valkyrie, for example, takes place at the site of Operation Valkyrie, after the failed assassination attempt on Adolf Hitler, while Anthropoid is set in Nazi occupied Prague. The final map, Occupation, is a remake of the Resistance map from Modern Warfare 3

In addition, the upcoming DLC will add a new War Mode mission called Operation Intercept. This mission will task the player with rescuing French resistance fighters and escaping the war zone safely. Moreover, the expansion also introduces the next chapter in the Nazi Zombies mode – The Darkest Shore. The Resistance DLC pack is set to launch for PS4 on January 30th, but will arrive a month later for Xbox One and PC.

Official Call of Duty®: WWII - The Resistance DLC 1 Trailer

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    it’s always nice to see more content! the COD trailers are always great, that the game is good or bad Whether for a DLC or a new COD, they know how to make us want.








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