Generally favorable reviews - based on 83 Critic Reviews

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 62 out of 83
  2. Negative: 0 out of 83
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  1. Nov 2, 2017
    Call of Duty: WW2 is the best Call of Duty in years. Bombastic story, killer grounded multiplayer, and a dark and scary Zombies make up one of the most complete and enjoyable Call of Duty experiences in years.
  2. Nov 2, 2017
    Multiplayer is better because of War mode and the slowing of the superhuman speeds. Nazi Zombies has roots in the Nazi interest in the occult. And the single-player campaign follows a squad with characters that you care about through a sweeping journey through some of the most epic battles of the war. Each battle is intense, and the attention to details of the imagery — like the quality of the water in a stream running through a forest — is amazing. It’s an authentic Call of Duty.
  3. Playstation Official Magazine UK
    Dec 15, 2017
    Revitalised and exemplary FPS gaming. Multiplayer trims back to the essentials, campaign shows sensitivity and Zombies...well it's a new excuse to play CoD Zombies. [Christmas 2017, p.77]
  4. Nov 22, 2017
    Despite the game's flaws and inexcusably rough launch, I've been very happy with it and absolutely recommend it to anyone who's been sitting on the fence. For those of you who haven't touched a Call of Duty game in a while because of the sci-fi stuff, now's a good time to get back into the fray.
  5. Nov 14, 2017
    With an addictive, fully-featured multiplayer suite, one of the finest campaigns the franchise has seen in years, and a fresh, revitalised Zombies mode, Call of Duty: WWII is an absolute blast that boldly goes where no modern Call of Duty has gone before: back to its World War roots. And it’s about bloody time.
  6. Nov 12, 2017
    This is the best Call of Duty in years, with great multiplayer and an awesome campaign (even though it doesn’t live up to its fullest potential). The game reminds me of Modern Warfare with an emphasis on a moving and meaningful story coupled with addicting multiplayer action creating a satisfying and wholesome shooting experience.
  7. Nov 4, 2017
    Ultimately, if every shooter set in the European Theater of World War II is measured by how it depicts its D-Day landing--assuming it has such a mission--Call of Duty: WWII emphatically succeeds in its impactful designs and delivery. The sensation of riding the troop carrier as it approached the beach filled me with depression more than dread, knowing I'd survive eventually while many of my surrounding brothers in arms wouldn't. While not equally emotional, this battle's reinterpretation in War mode proves to be a highlight in a superb suite of competitive modes.
  8. Nov 2, 2017
    Yes, it’s another Call of Duty, but it’s a Call of Duty by a rock-solid team who care about quality and stamping themselves as a premier Triple-A developer in a very crowded space. Another great Holiday release to add to your (likely) growing pile.
  9. Nov 2, 2017
    Call of Duty: WWII is precisely what fans have been clamouring for over the last few years – A return to traditional boots-on-the-ground gameplay with an increased focus on skill and I have no doubt that it will resonate with fans in a way that the last few games have failed to manage.
  10. Nov 2, 2017
    I had a great time playing WWII. Maybe that's partially due to my fond memories of the first games in the series, but I genuinely enjoyed playing the campaign in WWII and it ranks among the best in the series in my opinion. I liked the game's return to a more methodical style of play in the multiplayer mode; I had fun with the past few iterations but the emphasis on taking good shots and picking your sightlines fits my style of play better than a reliance on speed and maneuverability. The new War mode is an absolutely great addition to the game, and I'll be spending a lot of time in it for months to come. Lastly, the Zombies mode feels both the same and different, being familiar enough to preserve a lot of what made the mode so good in the first place while being different enough to feel fresh and unique. Overall there's a tremendous amount of entertainment value in World War II, and it breathes new life into the series. If you've sat out some of the last few Call of Duty games, now's the time to reenlist.
  11. Nov 2, 2017
    A spectacular release that has a strong chance of becoming a fan favourite as one of the best Call of Duty releases in years.
  12. Nov 2, 2017
    Call of Duty: WWII is a return to form for the series and it’s clear that Sledgehammer didn’t cut corners conceiving it. There’s nothing revolutionary here, but it’s about as tight as a shooter can get and offers up several notable new features while remaining an admirable tribute to the greatest generation.
  13. Nov 2, 2017
    Call of Duty WWII is one of the best iterations of the franchise in a long time, thanks to an awesome campaign and a worthy multiplayer enriched by the new War Mode and the HQ social lobby. A must-buy for every COD fan.
  14. 90
    World War II was the right move. Call of Duty reaches back to its roots to bring players an entry worthy of the series’ namesake. The campaign is emotional, multiplayer is classic, and Nazi Zombies is downright dark and terrifying. No matter which kind of player you are, there is something for everyone, whether it’s a cinematic story, a competitive and social multiplayer, or an immensely difficult battle against undead Nazis. Call of Duty: WWII is another incredible package of experiences, each distinct from the others, but tied together by the unifying themes of World War II that deserve your attention.
  15. Nov 2, 2017
    To the naysayers: Call of Duty is back in a big way, paradoxically delving back into the past to present a fresher narrative and gameplay experience than we've not seen in years.
  16. 90
    As far as Call of Duty games go, WW2 is an instant classic.
  17. Nov 2, 2017
    With a campaign that brings some of the most historical battles of the European Theater to life like never before, multiplayer that combines the best of the old and the new, and one of the most visceral Zombies games the series has had, Call of Duty WWII is a triumphant return to its roots, reminding us why those early games were so good in the first place.
  18. Nov 5, 2017
    Back to the roots. Call of Duty: WWII is a great WW2 FPS that uses plenty of old school mechanics.
  19. Nov 2, 2017
    While the campaign fails to provide a compelling tale and is often bogged down in uninteresting large-scale slaughter, Call of Duty:WWII nails its multiplayer, new social hub, and zombie modes to provide the back to boot-on-the-ground experience fans have clamored for since the first foray into space.
  20. 86
    It's been a few years since a Call of Duty has been this good. The single player campaign is strong, spectacular and gripping (but it could have dared a little bit more); the new War and Headquarters modes are a welcome additions to the series that will please newcomers as well as fans of the series, and the Zombie mode is funnier than ever.
  21. Nov 15, 2017
    If you buy Call of Duty games every year, there's no reason to pass on WWII, which is a quality installment in the long-running franchise. The single-player portion was surprisingly good, but with the exception of the new War mode, the multiplayer was not to my liking. The developers wanted the multiplayer to be more rapidly paced, but it lacks balance because the Airborne division is incredibly overpowered. The Nazi Zombies mode is fun, as always. WWII is a good break from the science-fiction mechanics of the past few releases in the series, and it's a worthwhile purchase since you're bound to sink dozens of hours into it.
  22. Nov 14, 2017
    Call of Duty WWII doesn't have 'quite enough' campaign moments to really leave you feeling like a war hero when it's finished, just like there's 'not quite enough' multiplayer content with the map count at a series low. What you do get in the box though is a fantastic return to form for Call of Duty with a solid multiplayer that will hopefully grow and evolve in future map pack updates.
  23. Nov 13, 2017
    Call of Duty: WWII is a great throwback to the origin of the series, thanks to the care Sledgehammer Games puts in each and every development. The studio hast tried to innovate where it seemed impossible to do so, and even with the complexity that comes with the historical event in winch the game takes place, it sometimes succeeds. It is a game that tries to redeem itself in front of both the vet and the noob, and its a risk of an online mode that has its feet on the ground in order to run fast.
  24. Nov 8, 2017
    Call of Duty returns with a game that comes back to its roots in terms of gameplay. The campaign, even though its too short and linear, is very well crafted. The multiplayer and zombies suffer the loot crate fever, but its content is really good. This is an improvement of the saga taking into consideration its recent years.
  25. Nov 8, 2017
    Nazi Zombies [is] easily my favorite part and the best argument to buy Call of Duty: WWII.
  26. Nov 3, 2017
    Sledgehammer did a great job with this compelling story about the fierce war. The new game dynamics with crisp cut-scenes and smooth gameplay will keep you intrigued from begin to end. The fraternity feeling is bigger than ever in SP, HQ's and zombies.
  27. Nov 3, 2017
    Call of Duty: WWII is certainly better than its predecessor —Infinite Warfare— and a lot better than Advanced Warfare, the previous iteration in the series developed by Sledgehammer Games. It packs a bunch of typically well received game modes by the players (Campaign, Multiplayer, Nazi Zombies) and it will certainly not disappoint the hard to the core gamers and fans of the genre alike. It doesn't play in the same league as Modern Warfare, but it's one of the best Call of Duty titles so far.
  28. Nov 2, 2017
    Call of Duty: WW2 brings the series back to its roots, but parts falters when trying to find a balance between fun, and respect for the past. The singleplayer avoids the patriotic pitfalls previous games fell into, while injecting some much-needed humanity. But elements on the fringe of the multiplayer – the crass nature of the loot boxes when contrasted against a historically bloody setting – are at odds with this. Enjoying the game hinges on your ability to detach your appreciation for mechanics, from the dark subject matter.
  29. Nov 2, 2017
    Call of Duty WWII is a really neat package. The campaign, even if still too predictable, is powerful and enjoyable (while it lasts). Headquarters and War Mode give a new coat of paint to the PvP, and Nazi Zombies is a tough and deep experience.
  30. Nov 2, 2017
    Call of Duty: WWII is a solid shooter with a lot of content to play with and a beautiful gameplay. The campaign mode is well-written even if it's not so original, but it's in multiplayer that this chapter really shines. If you appreciated the brand and were bored by the latest iteration this is the right year to fall back in love.
  31. Nov 2, 2017
    This throwback Call of Duty game is exactly what the franchise needed. It’s been 10 years since the series has been to World War II and the return is glorious. With a brutally engrossing and punishing, albeit short, single-player campaign and a stripped down multiplayer that remains as tight as ever, Call of Duty WWII gets back to the things that put the franchise on the map.
  32. Nov 2, 2017
    Call of Duty: WWII is a great entry into the long-running series. Sledgehammer has done a fantastic job in creating a Call of Duty that will appeal to contemporary fans and those fans who might have favourable memories of earlier games in the series. It often walks a fine line between thoughtful representation of World War II and typical Call of Duty flamboyance, but it’s a line that Sledgehammer walks with confidence. The result is a Call of Duty that feels assured of what it’s trying to accomplish, and what it accomplishes is riveting, entertaining and at times hard-hitting.
  33. Nov 2, 2017
    Call of Duty: WWII’s changes to the core Call of Duty experience are few but distinct. This leads to a good balance between relishing everything Call of Duty used to be and still continuing to move the series forward.
  34. Nov 3, 2017
    Call of Duty: WW II's single-player is somewhat on the short side, but it's very impressive, versatile and has some memorable, replayable moments. Apart from some changes, the multiplayer feels very familiar, and it adds the fun Headquarters and War modes. Zombie mode is very dark and is easier to get into this year. All in all WW II is very good, but can't measure itself with the classics.
  35. Nov 2, 2017
    WWII straddles the thin line between classic and outdated. We love some additions such as headquarters and war mode and its solid technical aspect, but the campaign feels linear and too similar to previous entries.
  36. Nov 2, 2017
    A return to the good old times of Call of Duty that brings more from that time than we were expecting. The campaign feels short and too linear, while the multiplayer options shine with a different light compared with previous CoD experiences. A good game, but not the best one in the series.
  37. Nov 2, 2017
    Going back to the series’ origins doesn’t deliver that renewed strength we expected, and the campaign feels a little bit underwhelming. However, this entry still is a very good shooting game, and it shines again in its multiplayer modes.
  38. Dec 7, 2017
    If you're sick of open worlds, exploration, side-quests and collection XP, Call of Duty: WWII's campaign will entertain you with a style. And then there's a cool zombie mode that is much better than a mediocre multiplayer mode. WWII should remind you the golden times of firs CoD's - in a very good way.
  39. Nov 19, 2017
    With expectations high for the return to World War II, the new Call of Duty game neither shines nor disappoints. The single-player campaign is solid but short, and multiplayer suffers from tons of different technical issues. Yet, the return to World War II is so sweet and exciting that you will barely notice the shortcomings.
  40. Nov 17, 2017
    Yay… boots on the ground! Hopefully that tiresome, overused phrase can finally be airlifted out of the gaming lexicon as Call of Duty is all about that terra-firma trench foot experience, baby. It will be interesting to see if the fickle game-buying public starts to hanker after the good old days of wall-running and power sliding in a few years from now, but as it currently stands, Sledgehammer has delivered exactly the product that was needed to revitalise the franchise at exactly the right time. Call of Duty: WWII is an explosive return to the series' roots that does have a few minor issues and can occasionally come across as being a bit generic, but for the most part is pretty solid in execution. Whether it's enough to win back lapsed fans is anybody's guess, but the highly polished campaign, habit forming multiplayer, and the satisfyingly creepy zombies mode gel perfectly together to bring a package that should at least appeal to the diehards.
  41. Nov 15, 2017
    Sledgehammer has created an excellent Call of Duty game. Especially when it comes to the online modes the franchise really made a comeback. Hopefully the server issues are gone soon so we can thoroughly enjoy them.
  42. Nov 13, 2017
    There's no denying that in the moment, the single-player campaign, the multiplayer modes, and Zombies mode are satisfying and create a well-tuned shooter experiences defined by super-high production values and polish. Take a longer view, however, and you're likely to feel more than a little ennui over the setting and a bit let down by a game that feels like a corporate decision rather than a passion project. World War II defined the course of nations and the fate of millions. Call of Duty: WWII misses the opportunity to find its own, unique or emotionally compelling journey through the conflict. It is a mechanically solid, visually impressive shooter bolted to a story we've seen too many times.
  43. 80
    Call of Duty: WWII trades on the familiar and, whilst its campaign suffers from some weak characters and a few safe bets, the multiplayer component remains compelling and rewarding. It's a throwback rather than a revolution but it's still fun. There's not a lot here that's new but you'll be occupied for another year, providing you haven't already tapped out.
  44. Nov 10, 2017
    A successful return to the franchises beginnings. The dramatic campaign gives you a lot of variety. The multiplayer feels a bit outdated with its well-known modes, but is saved by the impulses from the War mode.
  45. Nov 10, 2017
    Despite some interesting additions like Headquarters and War, Call of Duty: WWII is arguably the most reserved entry we’ve had in years, but is already proving a hit among fans. There is still that sense of fatigue, however, and if Call of Duty is to soar to the top once again, Treyarch and Infinity Ward will need to change something more than the time period in the coming years.
  46. Nov 9, 2017
    The new Call of Duty brings a real nostalgia for classic WWII setting. It has it flaws, but it's one the best Call of Duty games on the market right now.
  47. Nov 7, 2017
    Call of Duty: WW2 offers a surprisingly fast-paced and fun World War II experience. The campaign features a more personal story, while the new War multiplayer mode alleviates some of my frustrations with the generally small multiplayer maps. Of all the parts, though, Nazi Zombies is a standout with its wonderfully creepy setting and puzzle-like tasks. It’s mostly what you’d expect from a great Call of Duty game, and a near-miss for a spot in the lineup of top Call of Duty games.
  48. Nov 7, 2017
    It’s a Franken-game, one where its parts don’t always fit well with one another, and will probably give you tonal whiplash jumping from Daniels’ somber reflection into a silly match of Gridiron football. But if you’re able to overlook one aspect in favor of the others, Call of Duty: WWII delivers on everything it’s expected to.
  49. Nov 6, 2017
    Any worries we had about returning to World War II were promptly quelled throughout Call of Duty: WWII’s well-made campaign. Its strong characters and squad-focused gameplay tweaks, make it the best Call of Duty campaign yet. The multiplayer hasn’t evolved as much, but the asymmetrical War mode showcases new growth. Toss in a strong zombie mode, and this is the finest Call of Duty package in recent memory.
  50. Nov 6, 2017
    Each recent Call of Duty has been a mixed package, with a good campaign let down by dubious multiplayer, or great multiplayer buoying up a dull campaign. World War II is the first CoD in years that doesn’t need to apologise about anything. The jewel in its crown is a fantastic single-player campaign that gives you the big set-pieces and heavily scripted action sequences you might take for granted, but with a scale and a vigour that you haven’t seen in years. And while the handling isn’t always deep or subtle, you get some smaller, more surprising moments where Sledgehammer reaches for something more.
  51. Nov 5, 2017
    It’s clear that Activision is trying to borrow from Destiny to expand Call of Duty, without changing the core gameplay. That’s not the right way to go, but fortunately Sledgehammer nails the return to World War II where it counts. It has a measured but well crafted campaign, compelling zombies and rebooted, yet familiar multiplayer. There’s no denying it’s safe across the board, but that safe mix of new meets old is what makes WWII a great Call of Duty game.
  52. Nov 3, 2017
    Many people thought that changing the setting for this Call of Duty: WWII would be great. Maybe returning to historical events is not a bad notion and the new COD is an always slick shooter, but the game is also short on new ideas.
  53. Nov 3, 2017
    COD WWII is a great chapter for the brand: solid gameplay and intense, dramatic single player campaign. War Mode is a great add and, in general, the game is well developed.
  54. Nov 3, 2017
    WWII is exactly what the Call of Duty series needed: Sledgehammer Games has made probably the best game in the series since Black Ops 2. It’s a solid and spectacular shooter, but it’s also a game characterized by a naif narration and a bad AI. Despite it all, WWII is a very satisfying episode, and a new beginning for the saga.
  55. Nov 2, 2017
    COD has a few issues in single player this year but the overall package delivers another good shooter with plenty to do and some neat new online ideas.
  56. Nov 2, 2017
    It’s a Neapolitan ice cream of shooters, essentially, with three very different flavours squashed together in a single serving. They’re not always complementary: it’s hard to reconcile the fact that you’ve got a former Doctor Who shouting “twat!” at Nazi zombies in the same game as a haunting glimpse of history’s worst genocide. Still, between its moments of good taste and a mode that’s more Bad Taste, it hits a consistently high standard – and though it’s mostly riffing on ideas we’ve seen before, it manages to make several of them its own. The series’ dwindling popularity has proved a tough nut to crack for its publisher in recent years; COD: WWII proves that maybe a Sledgehammer really is the right tool for the job.
  57. Nov 2, 2017
    A solid, complete and classic Call of Duty experience, blessed by a smooth multiplayer and a scary nazi-zombie. Headquarters and War Mode are nice additions.
  58. Nov 2, 2017
    Call of Duty WWII is a real success and the franchise's return to its roots can only be acclaimed. The campaign does justice to both the Second World War and D-Day. The multiplayer, while packed with good ideas, lacks the ambition seen and felt in the campaign. Call of Duty WWII offers the best CoD single player campaign seen in quite some time and multiplayer modes that are fun even if a bit underwhelming. Overall, it's mission accomplished for Sledgehammer.
  59. Nov 24, 2017
    Changing the setting was a wise choice, but that is not enough. In the end, the feeling you get from WWII is that of a good game, but it's something we've seen many times before - from the cliche World War II campaign and the repetitive zombies mode to the balanced multiplayer modes that later get filled with lootboxes containing stronger weapons.
  60. Nov 14, 2017
    Call of Duty: WWII offers an interesting but short single player campaign and a generic multiplayer component that implements a new and entertaining asymmetric objective-based mode called War. Unfortunately, the game suffers in key areas and that keeps it from being great; the audio is bland, the graphics are pretty common, and the gameplay is nothing that we haven’t seen a thousand times already. Outside of the War modality, multiplayer wears thin quickly and there is not much reason to keep you playing for long.
  61. Nov 13, 2017
    Overall, I think Call of Duty: WWII is a better game than I would have thought possible. World War II is such a tired subject in the world of video games that I didn’t think it would be possible for a developer to revisit that well once again, but Sledgehammer did a pretty solid job with this one. The campaign has its moments, even if the story is pretty bland. But the multiplayer helps bolster the overall game in a way feels fun and enjoyable, with a back-to-basics approach that makes sense for the series to revisit.
  62. Nov 6, 2017
    Call of Duty: WW2 is refreshing thanks to its slower pace, historical weaponry and thematic divisions. However, this game does not really reinvent the wheel, especially when it comes to the single-player.
  63. Games Master UK
    Dec 4, 2017
    Some of the best multiplayer in the whole series is let down by a mediocre campaign mode. [Christmas 2017, p.66]
  64. CD-Action
    Jan 10, 2018
    I really wanted CoD’s return to World War II to be something more than a solid game – but it’s not. I couldn’t shake the feeling that I’ve already seen all this, that the developers (or perhaps the publisher) chose to create something as safe as possible. There’s just one campaign mission that surprised me with its scale, the rest is just a disappointing “best of Call of Duty”. The multiplayer is as good as usual, but it was infused with unnecessary systems resembling mobile titles, e.g spending in-game currency on pointless tasks of the “kill 100 enemies” variety. Missions that make you watch other players open their loot boxes are the pinnacle of absurdity. [13/2017, p.64]
  65. Dec 22, 2017
    A solid return to its roots, Call of Duty WWII reminds us what made us all fall in love Call of Duty in the first place. It ticks all the boxes which is both a blessing and a curse. Good fun and worth your time but offers nothing exceptional.
  66. Dec 11, 2017
    If you don’t play many shooters and haven’t seen what the genre has been up to in the last few years, its additions might seem fresh enough. If you’re the type to buy FPS games often, you won’t find much new or impressive here.
  67. Nov 27, 2017
    Call of Duty: WW2 is for the most part exactly what you expect it to be. Sledgehammer Games has made a solid entry in an annualised series that rarely disappoints, which treats its subject matter surprisingly well. Its few surprises are to be found mostly in the campaign between the moments of cheap spectacle, when it successfully recaptures exactly why World War 2 shooters were so popular and prevalent over a decade ago. The multiplayer is the simplest definition of an online shooter, with few thrills, but it's essentially exactly what fans have been asking for.
  68. Nov 13, 2017
    Call of Duty: WWII is a step back into the grounded realism the series has been sorely missing for years. While its single-player campaign isn’t anything to write home about, the new additions seen in multiplayer and the return of Nazi Zombies make for a package well worth playing.
  69. Nov 11, 2017
    Touching base with your origins is necessary to not lose touch with your audience, and that’s exactly what Call of Duty: WWII does without simply regressing. It gets to the core of its key modes and seizes on their intrinsic appeal with some neat, little twists thrown in. However, its campaign and zombies modes (while solid) feel unusually safe, whereas the multiplayer suffers from lacklustre map design and technical issues. You could say this Call of Duty is a sign of hopeful action to ground the series once more, but doesn’t go beyond its iconic namesake to deliver something truly special.
  70. Nov 7, 2017
    I'm pleased with Call of Duty WW2, but the rough launch and average campaign marred what could have been an unparalleled addition to the Call of Duty franchise. As good as multiplayer is, I have to dock points for missing features and instability.
  71. Nov 7, 2017
    Call of Duty: WWII is a satisfying experience. It is also easily one of the best-looking and feature-packed iterations of the franchise to date. But the cracks are definitely showing, with years of repetition getting ever-harder to disguise. The game will please a huge contingent of its dedicated fanbase, but its reliance on the status quo might be wearying for others.
  72. Nov 6, 2017
    There’s a distinct sense that changing the formula is just too risky for such a major property, which leaves Call of Duty in an enjoyable but unremarkable rut. We’ve been here. We’ve done all of this. Changing the time period so dramatically only helps to highlight how little has changed since the franchise’s total reimagining with Call of Duty 4. For those who enjoy the series, it’s nice to have a predictable source of entertainment each year. But for people looking for the next generation of shooters, Call of Duty simply isn’t offering it anymore.
  73. 70
    The best Call Of Duty for several years, but it still owes too much to the past – and the campaign’s attempts at a more serious tone are only half successful.
  74. Nov 2, 2017
    Call of Duty WW2 is in the middle of an identity crisis, but by going back to its roots it has created slower and more tactical gameplay that is much more fun to play than the wall running and double jumping from the last few installments.
  75. Nov 21, 2017
    With a terribly below mediocre campaign, an average zombies mode, and an excellent multiplayer option, Call of Duty: WWII manages to hit all the marks. But not in the way that it should. I had high hopes, and was surprised that the real gem I found was not the one I was originally hoping to. It’s not great, it’s not good, it’s okay.
  76. games(TM)
    Dec 3, 2017
    Creatively empty and functionally adequate, so long as this series keeps on making money there'll never be a reason for it to be anything other than what it is... Thoroughly formulaic. [Issue#194, p.72]
  77. After a decade, Call of Duty still unable to give players anything new.
  78. Nov 13, 2017
    The shooting is solid, the graphics are fine, the sound design and musical score are acceptable if uninspired, and yet the game is significantly less than the sum of its parts.
  79. Nov 7, 2017
    Call of Duty's return to World War II looks great, but feels flat and uninspired from start to finish.
  80. Nov 6, 2017
    It doesn’t want you to play so much as it wants you to play along.
  81. Nov 6, 2017
    Such rough edges, and there are many more, suggest that while CoD: WWII may look the part, this is actually a game rushed to hit release – there are at least two areas in HQ with placeholder vendors saying ‘coming soon’.
  82. 50
    There’s a lot of well-produced content packed inside Call of Duty WWII’s bunker, but very little of it is exciting, engaging, or original. The World War II setting papers the cracks, but constant mixed messaging about that historical conflict reveals the game for a gimmick.
  83. Nov 10, 2017
    The game aims to tell a story of the brotherhood between soldiers, but it’s ill-served by undeveloped characterizations.
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  1. Nov 8, 2017
    This is a step backward for the series—and not just chronologically. Skip it.
  2. Nov 7, 2017
    Sledgehammer takes Call of Duty back to its roots, refining rather than redefining the series for the best entry in years. [Recommended]
  3. Call of Duty: WW2’s campaign is surprising in how, by going back to the structure of mid-2000s WW2 shooters, it manages to wriggle free of the series’ more recent missteps. It’s still Call of Duty, complete with a few mechanical quibbles and sometimes embarrassingly tropey dialogue. But shining out from those are some very clever design decisions and poignant moments that can easily go down as some of the most memorable in CoD history. I’m so happy World War 2 shooters are making a comeback, and that Call of Duty is leading the charge.
  4. Nov 5, 2017
    Another November, another Call of Duty. Rinse, wash, open loot box in front of friends, repeat...Goes through the motions.
User Score

Mixed or average reviews- based on 2034 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Nov 3, 2017
    بازی شاهکاریه هم از نظر گرافیک و هم از نظر داستان . بخش زامبی هم خیلی ترسناک و پیشرفت کرده چون اسلج همر توی بازی های deadspace همکاری داشتهویکبازی شاهکاریه هم از نظر گرافیک و هم از نظر داستان . بخش زامبی هم خیلی ترسناک و پیشرفت کرده چون اسلج همر توی بازی های deadspace همکاری داشتهویک بخش زامبی عالی آورده.میریم سراغ بخش چندنفره که با داشتن چند حالت جدید پیشرفت زیادی داشته و به دوران اوج خود رسیده. Full Review »
  2. Nov 3, 2017
    This game is the culmination of every bad video game trend in the last decade.

    Its a **** twitch shooter, that totally misses the point of
    This game is the culmination of every bad video game trend in the last decade.

    Its a **** twitch shooter, that totally misses the point of the subject matter.

    If you like respawning, dying, dying, dying, flukey kill, what happened there, dying, dying, dying, wtf, really?!?, dying, dying, ughhhhh... this has the pacing of a Virtual AI machines meet and fight in nanoseconds-but ATTACHED TO THE GODDAMN SECOND WORLD WAR...

    It makes no sense. It isn't fun. Its packed with super-honed COD players that treat WW2 like Quake. Its just gross. And the extra money-grabs are just the icing. Avoid this game, its a waste of time. you could be playing something fun. This is a serious setback for Activision. Worst game I've played in years. Its like forcing long-time fans to fight like dogs. Unelegant. Crass. Tampered-with. Admit it, you played this game and it WASN'T fun. I'd rather play Counterstrike, Battlefront, checkers, with myself, ANYTHING is more fun than this. 2/10, because nice single player...sorta. Crashed 4 times on me on PS4 before I got to "play". TWITCH SHOOTERS CANT BE WW2 SHOOTERS!
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  3. Nov 3, 2017
    Why the press is giving 85 to this crap? You irresponsible liars! You're lying to the poor people to buy this garbage. Once again we have theWhy the press is giving 85 to this crap? You irresponsible liars! You're lying to the poor people to buy this garbage. Once again we have the cruel politics who want to take all your money. All this practices are going to end the console industry. Did you see the boxes falling from the sky? Full Review »