I almost forgot about Call of Duty: WWII with all the talk of the new game coming out later this year. That said, it is a game that deserves some lip service. For one, it continues to receive support and will see new add-on content, United Front, for the PlayStation 4 on June 26. Presumably, it will make its way to the Xbox One and PC soon after.
The United Front DLC will contain three multiplayer maps, a War Mode mission, and more Zombies content because, well, the Zombies mode never seems to get old for players. The Zombies mode is called The Tortured Path and will depict four new characters traveling across three locations to transport parts of Emperor Barbarossa’s sword; it’s always fun to see how ridiculous they get with these. The War Mode misson, Operation Supercharge, has the Allies going to Tunisia to fight Nazis and take back a village. Then, of course, there are the three maps, one of which takes place in the European Theatre, one in the village of Monte Cassino, and the last one in Stalingrad.
United Front and will be available for all three platforms, the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, eventually. There hasn’t been any pricing confirmed yet, but it is included in the game’s season pass and, for what it’s worth, the two DLC packs that preceded this one cost $15.