Call Of Duty: WW2 Resistance Trailer Showcases New DLC Multiplayer Maps

Call of Duty: WWII‘s first major DLC pack, The Resistance, is almost here for some players. The expansion launches on PS4 next week and introduces new maps and more content to the popular WWII shooter. Ahead of its release, Activision has shared another trailer for The Resistance that showcases everything players will find in the upcoming DLC.

The trailer, which you can watch below, provides another look at the new maps developer Sledgehammer Games is adding to Call of Duty: WWII. The DLC pack consists of three new multiplayer maps: Valkyrie, Anthropoid, and Occupation, all of which Sledgehammer says are themed around the idea of resistance. Valkyrie, for instance, takes place at the site of Operation Valkyrie, the failed real-world mission to kill Hitler, while Anthropoid is set in occupied Prague. The final map, Occupation, is a remake of the Resistance map from Modern Warfare 3.

Additionally, The Resistance DLC adds a new War Mode mission called Operation Intercept. This mission tasks players with rescuing French resistance fighters and escaping the war zone safely. The expansion also introduces the next chapter in the Nazi Zombies mode, The Darkest Shore. This one is set on a secluded island and features more cunning zombies, as well as a fog environmental effect, which makes it much more difficult to spot approaching enemies.

The Resistance DLC pack launches for PS4 on January 30; it’ll arrive a month later for Xbox One and PC. The DLC is included in Call of Duty: WWII’s $50 season pass, but players will also have the option to purchase it separately. Three more DLC expansions are planned for Call of Duty: WWII this year, but Activision hasn’t announced any further details on those.

Before The Resistance launches, Activision has kicked off a new limited-time Call of Duty: WWII event for all players. Likewise called The Resistance, the event is free for everyone and will be available for free until February 27. It adds new weapons, gear, and a new Division (called–you guessed it–Resistance). It also brings back the Prop Hunt game mode.

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