As we wait for the PC open beta to begin, here are some freshly, new decomposed images for Call of Duty: WWII ‘s Zombies mode.
The images come from Sledgehammer studio boss, Glen Schofield as he took to Twitter early today, while jokingly stating that he’ll get fired for these. As we’ve seen in the reveal trailer, the Zombies this time around appear to be far more dangerous based solely on their more detailed appearances. It’ll be interesting to see if based on these images, if the zombies this time around will have certain abilities to go along with their designs.
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And for those who are looking to add a bit more to the game’s collectibles, the official Field Manual is now available for pre-order over at Amazon. You can read a small synopsis of the manual below.
“Presented as an official combat-issued handbook owned by Private Ronald “Red” Daniels, the book pairs stunning original illustrations with an engaging narrative that showcases the statistics and history of the essential units, vehicles, weapons, and battlegrounds. This striking book also includes personal annotations and letters from Red and provides a first-hand look at various events from within the game. With Call of Duty: WWII: Field Manual, fans will have a valuable aid as they fight through Axis-occupied Europe to victory. “
The PC open beta is set to start on September 29. Call of Duty: WWII is set to launch on November 3, on PC, PS4, and the Xbox One. You can read up on our impressions of the PS4 closed beta to see what we make of it so far, and we even made a video listing the top five things we want changed in the final game.