A new sample of Activision’s cooperative mode of Call of Duty is here. Today at the San Diego Comic Con, the Zombie mode, a chilling dark vision of the Call of Duty: WWII has been presented. This cooperative mode will have a sinister original story of Sledgehammer Games with a new definition of terror to the zombies of Call of Duty.

Call of Duty: WWII – Nazi Zombies – First Details, Screenshots and Official Trailer

Michael Condrey, studio director and co-founder of Sledgehammer Games said that,

“We could not be more excited to show off our revelation of the Nazi Zombies here at the San Diego Comic Con. It’s been great to recreate a horror-based experience, and With Call of Duty, the roots of the Nazi Zombies return.

Call of Duty: WWII – Nazi Zombies is a terrifying experience of new cooperative zombies that transports players to a maze of hidden experiments and monstrous creations set in World War II. The story unfolds when an international team reveals a malevolent plot directed by the Axis Powers to take advantage of the unimaginable occult forces and creates an invincible army of undead. With the voices and appearances of David Tennant (Doctor Who, Broadchurch), Elodie Yung (GI Joe: Retaliation, Daredevil), Katheryn Winnick (Vikings, The Dark Tower), Udo Kier (Blade, Melancholia) and Ving Rhames (Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation).

The panel was organized by Greg Miller, co-founder of Kinda Funny Games and featured the cast and developers of the Sledgehammer Games team. Panelists got an exclusive look at all the new zombie sequences, plus a look behind the scenes of the new co-op mode.

The title is published by Activision Publishing, Inc., a subsidiary of Activision Blizzard (Nasdaq: ATVI), and developed by Sledgehammer Games Of Ocean with additional development support from Raven Software.

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