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Call of Duty WW2 unleashes the War Machine in latest DLC pack

Activision and Sledgehammer Games have released a trailer for War Machine, the latest downloadable map pack for Call of Duty: WW2.

Coming first to PS4 on April 10, the upcoming content pack will bring three new multiplayer maps to the first-person shooter alongside new additions to War and Zombies mode.

On the multiplayer side of things you can join the battlefields of Dunkirk, Egypt and V2. The trio of maps present a nice slice of variety, spanning historic locations from across the globe.

The Shadowed Throne acts as the next chapter in Call of Duty: WW2’s Nazi Zombies campaign, continuing the narrative told since launch.

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Lastly we have Operation Husky, a new addition to the large-scale War mode. Taking place on the battlefields of Germany, players can pilot BF-109 Luftwaffe as they tear through the skies.

The War Machine will be available exclusively on PS4 when it launches on April 10 before coming to Xbox One and PC 30 days later due to an exclusivity deal with Sony.

Call of Duty: WW2 was a triumphant return to old-school combat for the long-running series, earning 8/10 in our review:

‘We might never see a CoD as groundbreaking or benchmark-setting as CoD2 or Modern Warfare, but in going back to its past with the latest technology, Call of Duty feels like it’s heading to a brighter future.’

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