Call of Duty: WWII – Nazi Zombies Trailer Unveiled at San Diego Comic Con

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Activision revealed the dark trailer for Call of Duty: WWII – Nazi Zombies

As promised, Activision revealed the trailer for the long-awaited Zombie Mode in Call of Duty: WWII at San Diego Comic Con. The mode, called Nazi Zombies, is much darker than anything we’ve been used to before, and will bring players in a frightening setting where they have to fight an army of the undead.

Fighting Nazi Zombies in the Bavarian Alps

The trailer places the action of Nazi Zombies in a village covered in snow in Mittelburg, Germany. Here, they need to find some works of art stolen by the Powers of the Axis in World War II, but are not aware of the dark secrets of the village. Mysterious powers will unleash the zombies, which are hard to beat and to keep under control.

Players should be ready to enter a scary world, where everything they stumble upon should make them tremble and jump. However, the game is not only pure horror. It’s incredibly rich in lore and myths, making an exquisite combination of terrifying experiences and dark knowledge. Glen Schofield, one of the co-founders of Sledgehammer Games studio, is quite excited about Nazi Zombies.

“This is unlike anything before, we’re taking players to some very dark, grim places in Nazi Zombies. This is one hell of a horror experience.”

The game features dark graphics and amazing voice actors

Therefore, Call of Duty: WWII – Nazi Zombies is a top horror experience, transporting players in the grim world of Nazi experiments and its monstrous results. The backstory places a team of international experts on pursuit of the dark forces of the Axis. They have to unveil the evil plot meant to harness an army of zombies, and destroy it before it takes over the world.

Apart from the spine-chilling setting and horror elements, the mode features characters voiced by well-known actors. Among these actors, there are some you must know from Doctor Who, Vikings, or Pulp Fiction, such as David Tennant, Katheryn Winnick, Elodie Yung, Ving Rhames, and Udo Kier.

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