In today’s Call of Duty: WWII reveal livestream, developer Sledgehammer Games confirmed the game will include a cooperative mode featuring zombies. The company also released a teaser image, which you can see below.
The developer said the mode, which appears to be the latest iteration of the fan-favorite Zombies gametype, is “an entirely new story and a pretty horrifying experience,” and it will tell “the story of the Third Reich’s desperate attempt to create an army in the final stages of the war.”
Not much more information was provided, but the developer did promise more information on Call of Duty: WWII as a whole at E3 in June, so we’ll hopefully find out more about Zombies then.
Elsewhere in the stream, Sledgehammer and publisher Activision revealed the game will launch on November 3 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. We also got a look at the first trailer and screenshots of the World War II game, while the title’s multiplayer portion–which includes a Destiny-like social space–was teased.
For more on the upcoming shooter, check out our feature on how Call Of Duty: WWII aims to make war personal.