Final DLC Pack For Call Of Duty: WWII Out Next Week Including Frozen Dawn Zone For Zombies Mode



Sledgehammer Games' Call Of Duty: WWII is drawing to an end with the release of the fourth and final DLC pack, including new gameplay for both the main and Nazi Zombies modes. David Tennant provides the voice for Drostan Hynd, a former art thief recruited for a team on a special mission in Nazi Germany who find themselves battling hordes of undead warriors.

While the Shadow War DLC pack will introduce three new main game maps (Airship, Excavation and Chancellery) and a new War Mode mission, Operation Arcane, it will also include the final chapter of  Nazi Zombies: Frozen Dawn. Also starring Elodie Yung, Ving Rhames and Katheryn Winnick, the zone follows on from events of The Tortured Path. Acquiring the Sword of Barbarossa has not put an end to the undead threat and a darker and more powerful threat lurks in the depths of Thule. In the unfathomable depths of a lost city, our heroes are humanity’s last hope of ending the cult of Thule. Luckily, they will have a few secret weapons to help put the ancient rulers of the world to rest.

As an additional bonus, DLC 4 offers a limited period between August 28th to October 28th where gamers who own the DLC pack or season pass can invite non-owners to play along through the Party Up feature.

Take a first look at the new action here:



Call of Duty WWII: Shadow War will be released initially on PlayStation 4 on August 28th with other platforms following shortly after.




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