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COD:WWII multiplayer is familiar, but War Mode could be its secret weapon

 

Call of Duty: WWII's multiplayer is, for the most part, Call of Duty as you've played it for the past 10 years. WWII guns like the M1 Garand, MP-40, and BAR have the snappy, easy-to-fire feel you'd expect from the series (and all are available on both sides). The maps (the three I played, anyway) corral you into lanes. It's 6v6 across every mode.

 
 
Official Call of Duty®: WWII – War Mode Briefing

Scorestreaks trigger care packages and aerial bonuses, like a fighter plane you pilot briefly to strafe the map. One small but significant change is to sprinting: it isn't infinite. You can run at full speed for about four or five seconds before stopping. I've almost always enjoyed Call of Duty's athleticism—its speed as a neo-arena FPS, and maneuvers like dolphin diving, are underrated.

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