We're approaching the one year mark since the release of Activision's billion-dollar earning first-person shooter Call of Duty: WWII. There's still plenty of updates being applied to keep the game's multiplayer fresh, including a new division and other perks, which roll out today. in alignment with new DLC expansion; Shadow War.
The new division, Commando, allows players to "Paratroop" (spawn) straight into the heat of battle, as opposed to the designated spawn points, similar to the Tactical Insertion skill in the Black Ops titles. Commandos also have faster health regeneration than other Divisions, and gain extra ammo for multi-kills. Sounds like a expert class, that would benefit solid players and make them even deadlier in combat.
Alongside the new Division come two new Basic Training unlocks. Remedy also for a fast health regen, while Catalyst allows access to a serum that can be used in battle to momentarily increase weapon handling. For Zombies, new shovel variants, orders and contracts have been added. Accompanying these additions are a selection of bug fixes across the board. You can check out the full list of patch notes right here.
Call of Duty: WWII is available now on PS4, PC and Xbox One.
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