Call of Duty WWII’s United Front DLC is released today for PlayStation 4.
In case you missed it, the third downloadable content pack for Call of Duty: WWII is released today with limited time exclusivity on PlayStation 4. Xbox One owners can join in the fun next month.
The United Front pack features three new multiplayer maps, a new War Mode mission, and a brand new Nazi Zombies adventure.
The first of new maps is called Market Garden, and is set in an Allied mansion base during the Operation Market Garden airborne operation. Monte Cassino takes place in an Italian mountaintop monastery, and Stalingrad is set during one of World War II’s largest, and most important, military confrontations.
The new War Mode mission is called Operation Supercharge, and follows an Allied airdrop into Tunisia. And finally, Nazi Zombies – The Tortured Path features a mission to transport the pieces of a legendary sword across three unique zombie infested locations. The destination is Malaga, though, so that’s something to look forward to. See you at the bar.
All in all, the latest expansion looks like providing good value for its $14.99/£11.59 asking price.
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