Know Before You Go...  Call of Duty: WWII

Game News: Know Before You Go... Call of Duty: WWII

Call of Duty: World War II arrives on PC, Xbox One, and PS4 this week. After taking things back to the basics, Sledgehammer Games is adding a lot of changes to just about every aspect of the game. Here's everything you need to know.

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  • Ravage369 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    2 weeks ago

    Wow $50 on top of a $60 game for a "new" Call of Duty? How generous. Having played some of the multiplayer on PC during the beta I'd say don't. At least don't play it on PC. Its absolutely a console game, and feels and plays as such. If you like a game where strafing is more accurate and reliable than ADS than this is absolutely a game you'll love. If you enjoy spawning only to have it do so on top of 3 grenades then again you'll love this game. If you like having any sort of fun in a game you're shelling out a minimum $60 for than you probably won't enjoy this game. I only managed to play a handful of the game modes during the beta which I admittedly didn't play long, but in my short time the UI was not friendly or helpful at all. I spent about 10 minutes trudging through all the menus to find the quit button only to find out I have to return to the start screen which is erroneously referred to as the "main menu" to get the EXIT GAME button. If you want to get to the main menu you have to make your way over to the settings tab and know you're looking for main menu, if you're just looking for quit or exit I'm sorry you aren't on the main menu you're on whatever they're calling this screen. Negatives aside I can say that I found the gaming visually stunning. Walking around the headquarters and seeing the amount of detail there was simply astonishing, but pretty visuals aren't enough for me. I had such high hopes for this return to WWII as I honestly feel it was the setting that made FPS games amazing, I'll still go back and play through the Call of Duty 2 campaign and mess around in some solo Battlefield 1942, and once we started moving into modern warfare and this future nonsense the quality really dropped, but sadly I have been severely disappointed. You're welcome to disagree with me and flamebait this comment as much as you'd like. I don't like it and I think I've made why I don't like it pretty clear, and no amount of 4k or any other so called "pc specific features" will save this game for me.