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Call Of Duty WW2 Review: The Price Of War

Call Of Duty WW2 Review: The Price Of War
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Call Of Duty really shines in multiplayer when the servers are stable. Throughout our playtime we did encounter issues where Call Of Duty WW2 had issues connecting to the servers. This was troublesome and of course prevented us from being able to play as much as we would have liked. As the time has progressed since release, it has gotten better with time, but issues are still persistent at times for some sessions as connectivity and multiplayer sessions are lost. Sledgehammer Games has recognized the issues players are experiencing and plans on releasing an update for the multiplayer portion of Call Of Duty WW2.

All in all though, Call Of Duty WW2 is a great game that has a captivating campaign mode keeping you on the edge of your seat bullet by bullet; while the multiplayer mode gives a lot of familiarity while at the same time adding new elements of fun with the Zombie mode and the all-new War mode. There is a lot of fun to be had, to strap on your helmet and get your boots on the ground soldier. This is your Call Of Duty. Call Of Duty WW2 is available now on all major platforms including PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

A review copy for this game was provided by the publisher, Activision. This review was co-authored by Albert Perkins, and Carly Frith.

3 of 3
8.5
Great

The Good

  • Absolutely gorgeous cutscenes
  • "War" multiplayer mode is a welcomed addition to the series
  • Sound is top notch and voice acting is spectacular
  • Campaign is engaging and captures the spirit of how intense World War II really was

The Bad

  • Multiplayer sessions lost connections at times
  • AI is frustrating in campaign mode and useless at some points
Albert Perkins

Albert Perkins is the Co-Site Manager for Mammoth Gamers, and also serves as an Editor and Journalist. Additionally he also Hosts & Produces content on The Weekly Wrap Up YouTube Channel. Away from gaming you can find Albert watching sports, television, movies, and regularly being the jokester & punch line amongst his friends. You can follow him on multiple social media outlets.