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  • Summary: Call of Duty returns to its roots with Call of Duty: WWII - a breathtaking experience that redefines World War II for a new gaming generation. Land in Normandy on D-Day and battle across Europe through iconic locations in historys most monumental war. Experience classic Call of Duty combat,Call of Duty returns to its roots with Call of Duty: WWII - a breathtaking experience that redefines World War II for a new gaming generation. Land in Normandy on D-Day and battle across Europe through iconic locations in historys most monumental war. Experience classic Call of Duty combat, the bonds of camaraderie, and the unforgiving nature of war against a global power throwing the world into tyranny. Expand
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  1. Positive: 18 out of 21
  2. Negative: 0 out of 21
  1. Nov 2, 2017
    92
    There’s something here for everyone, as it feels like almost three separate games based on what you prefer to play. Sledgehammer Games has become a great storyteller with their (mostly) exciting campaign, solid multiplayer that keeps you hooked as you level up and earn Supply Drops, and a Nazi Zombie mode that’s sure to have you and your friends scratching your heads trying to solve its mysteries. They could have played it safe, but they weren’t happy with the status quo, which is where Headquarters and War spawned from, a great multiplayer addition to the series, and one that I hope stays going forward. It’s time to get the squad back together and get back into some intense World War II action as Call of Duty is indeed back and this year’s entry is pretty much a ‘must play’ for fans of the series, and fans of video games alike.
  2. Nov 2, 2017
    90
    The campaign production values are amazing as always, with excellent acting and motion capture, huge set pieces, and a fair bit of variety. And of course, WWII shows serious dedication to multiplayer with the new headquarters social hub, the excellent new war mode, and a gritty co-op Zombies mode. Whether you're interested in campaign or multiplayer, Call of Duty: WWII is the complete package and a must-play first-person shooter this holiday season.
  3. Nov 12, 2017
    90
    A welcome return to the origins for Call of Duty, with an immersive campaign and a classic multiplayer. The new Zombi mode is the one that feels more improved and a step forward, while multiplayer could have used a bit more of innovation, but it's still highly enjoyable.
  4. Nov 8, 2017
    80
    Call of Duty WWII isn’t a perfect game, but it is a solid one. What we really miss is a graphical upgrade on its engine and a campaign mode with more personality. Feels good to be back at World War II with the great gameplay that the game offers, its multiplayer and the always fun zombie mode.
  5. Nov 20, 2017
    80
    Call of Duty: WWII is a game that was much requested by fans and ultimately hits most of its targets. The story mode's focus on in-the-trenches brotherhood falls short of its mark due to introducing a dozen or so characters and only getting a few of them to stand out. However, if you're coming back to the series annually you're probably in it for its other two modes, multiplayer and zombies. In both instances, they innovate in fun ways. At times, it does feel like the whole package benefits from the simple timeline swap. If you gave up on the franchise's small maps and repetitive story structure, WWII doesn't do enough to make you want to come back. It remains true to itself, for better or worse. For anyone who still plays the games with glee every November, Call of Duty: WWII is a better-late-than-never return to the series' roots.
  6. Nov 15, 2017
    80
    Call of Duty: WWII is most definitely a more than decent entry to the franchise. The return of boots-on-the-ground gameplay is certainly welcomed and it’s good to see Sledgehammer Games take a little risk and try out some new features.
  7. Nov 7, 2017
    60
    This feels like the most wheel-spinning, by-the-numbers Call of Duty they've made thus far.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 27 out of 119
  2. Negative: 59 out of 119
  1. Nov 3, 2017
    10
    Absolutely amazing. What everyone has been waiting for. Do not listen to the reviews from the kids who can't afford the game and so they hateAbsolutely amazing. What everyone has been waiting for. Do not listen to the reviews from the kids who can't afford the game and so they hate on it. It's a 10 out of 10. Expand
  2. Jul 22, 2018
    9
    A fantastic experience. It has perhaps the best Multiplayer in the Call of Duty series.
  3. Apr 20, 2020
    7
    "COD: WWII" Is an improvement over previous efforts but lacks a solid multiplayer.
  4. Nov 10, 2017
    5
    Gráficamente el juego está bien, lo único que puedo decir bueno de el. El modo Zombies esta entretenido, y es totalmente diferente a losGráficamente el juego está bien, lo único que puedo decir bueno de el. El modo Zombies esta entretenido, y es totalmente diferente a los vistos hasta hoy. La historia de la segunda guerra mundial para nada se parece a lo que representa en este juego. Se han burlado de la gente. Metiendo mujeres en la segunda guerra mundial, uniformes inventados, armas fuera de su tiempo y pantallas las cuales jamás hubo batalla alguna. Es un juego lleno de micro transacciones, fomentando la compra de productos ya que te muestra descaradamente lo que le toca al resto de jugadores. Los emblemas nazis "volaron", jamás podrás elegir uniforme aleman. Siendo americano juegas con armas alemanas, no te da opción a elegir. Sigo enamorado el Cod: World at War, un juego que sí cumplía con la historia, escenarios y soldados. pensaba que Activision por fin lo iba a volver a hacer, pero me equivoque. Han creado un juego de "guerra antigua" por llamarlo de alguna manera, para que los "niños rata" sean felices. Creando micro transacciones, matar por matar ya que no matas Nazis, sino alemanes que no han hecho nada; poniendo mujeres que apenas las hubo en los ejércitos alemanes ni americanos, creando las cajas de de premios "traga perras" Lo único que celebro, es que por fin se abandonen los malditos juegos futuristas. Expand
  5. Jul 17, 2020
    3
    The game was just a disappointment. Almost everything except for graphics and sound fall behind world at war. The campaign was alright, but soThe game was just a disappointment. Almost everything except for graphics and sound fall behind world at war. The campaign was alright, but so linear. The characters were decent and the twist was cool, but not unique at all and was so shallow. The campaign could have been a gritty and realistic take on WW2, but wasn’t. The multiplayer was even worse. The customization was funded down so much it hurts. The maps were so derivative and annoyingly simple . The modes it offered were just not up to snuff with the better games in the series. The nazi zombies mode was also terrible because the characters aware uninteresting and don’t have memorable lines. Just an example of missing the mark as a whole. Expand
  6. Nov 3, 2017
    1
    Good polish and pretty game, but the gameplay is nothing new, if even a few steps backwards for shooters. Also, Activision's grip is VERYGood polish and pretty game, but the gameplay is nothing new, if even a few steps backwards for shooters. Also, Activision's grip is VERY apparent: In my two hours of multiplayer time, I swear I saw at least 15 microtransaction pushes. Greedy and hollow. Expand
  7. Jan 19, 2018
    0
    This game is very"weird". sometimes its fun, other times you feel like screaming at your TV or monitor.

    CAMPAIGN. The campaign is all
    This game is very"weird". sometimes its fun, other times you feel like screaming at your TV or monitor.

    CAMPAIGN.

    The campaign is all over the place.My favorite mission in this "campaign" is the first mission. if the first mission is the only good mission, thats when you have just **** up big time. I legit forgot the ending, but i dont need to know the ending to know what its gonna be. Its gonna end all like your the best and no one else could have done what you did. the "campaign" feels more like im watching a on rails movie then a actual game. The amount of explosions in the "campaign" felt like i was watching a battle unfold in fallout 4 if they all had fat mans.

    ZOMBIES.

    Zombies is actually really underrated. I mean, i know it do'sent really have anything special about it but if you think about it, neither did nacth dier untoten from WAW, same with verrtuck, shi no numa, and kino der toten. people always say those are the best maps ever, but they only say that because its treyarch. Like the "campaign" theirs a lot of explosions . Im actually okay with it because its made up so i dont give a **** now lets go into the biggest part of the game yet, the reason you bought this ****ing game.

    MULTI--wait i gotta wait for a update? k.
    *1 hour later*
    MULTIPLAYER.

    Multiplayer is really unbalanced. i mean all of these "nerf's" and "buffs" really do nothing. so what if they nerfed the STG or the FG42, those guns are still really overpowered. the maps are all the same in this game, left middle right.The new DLC guns are trash, the gewher 43 is like a m1a1 carbine, the sten is like a **** version of the grease gun, the GPMG is worse then pre-buffed Bren, the Ice Pick needs a little more range, the trench knifve is ok. my favriote map is opetation neptune. and thats it. TA TA, ****
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