VIDEO: David Tennant & Call Of Duty: WWII Cast Talk About Signing Up To Voice The Game



In a new clip from last weekend's San Diego Comic Con, David Tennant and his co-stars from the upcoming Call Of Duty: WWII Nazi Zombies talk to Entertainment Weekly about why they signed up for the video game. David reveals that he had advice from a young family member while Katheryn Winnick explains how impressed she was with the research that went into the project. David also talks about the difficulties of recording audio for gameplay.



In the Nazi Zombies game mode, David plays Drostan Hynd, one of a specialist team sent to recover art works stolen by the Nazis, but who end up stumbling upon the horrifying monsters created by the deranged Doctor Straub, played by Udo Kier. Other squad members are voiced by Katheryn Winnick, Elodie Yung and Ving Rhames.

Call Of Duty: WWII is released worldwide on Playstation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows on November 3rd

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