Call of Duty: WWII’s Zombies Will Be The Scariest Version of the Mode Yet


Along with the new installment of Call of Duty, set once again in World War II, a new zombie mode will arrive in Call of Duty: WWII that promises to be the best in the recent history of the franchise.

Recently Sledgehammer and Activision talked about what awaits us once again in Call of Duty: WWII and its peculiar zombie mode that comes included with the package.

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In a recent interview with GamesRadar+, Cameron Dayton, Creative Director of Sledgehammer Games and Jon Horsley, Development Director of Activision, talked about the zombie mode of Call of Duty: WWII, emphasizing that it will be a terrifying experience and, in that item, it will be the best work that has been done at the time.

In that sense, Dayton stated, "I think this is, without a doubt, the scariest version of Zombies that you will have ever seen. It's the perfect storm of technology, and studio talent, and an audience that I just think is ready for something that is going to scare the hell out of them. And I think it is something that I'm going to recommend, for first-time players, do not turn the lights off."

Meanwhile, Horsley highlighted the dark and gloomy environment in the zombie mode of the game, where we sometimes will not even know where we are or where to go: "It's unpredictable, you don't know where you're gonna be, or what way you're gonna be, and where your friends are. "And so we had to make sure the experience was compatible with that. And it's really interesting, we have the characters themselves - their vocalizations reflect their level of fear. So you hear them getting scared, you're scared, your friends get scared. It's infectious, I guess, fear's infectious. I didn't know that."

Call of Duty WWII will arrive on November 3rd on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. You can check the Nazi Zombies official trailer from SDCC 2017 right here.