What Could Make Call Of Duty WWII War Mode Better – Tips For Call Of Duty WWII Zombies Darkest Shore

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What Could Make Call Of Duty WWII War Mode Better
What Could Make Call Of Duty WW2 War Mode Even Better

For me, the best addition to Call Of Duty WW2 is War Mode. It is a mode that I have spent a lot of time with both on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. With the Resistance DLC adding in another War Mode map, I am all over the mode once again (well on PS4 at least) and I can honestly say that it is the best map out of the four we have so far. The section on the train is truly breathtaking and to me what this mode needs to be all about.
I recently read a review where the reviewer basically said that the new War Mode map was fun, but it was just more of the same. I thought “what is he talking about?” However, he is kind of right. War Mode is a lot of fun and offers you and your team a more strategic way to play. The four maps that we have so far are all offering very similar objectives and I can see why this would turn some people off.
I do not think anything drastic needs to be added to the War Mode in Call Of Duty WW2. I feel that this is a game mode that people are super into (like me) or people are simply not interested in, due to the forced objectives and the requirement of teamwork. I can see why people who just want to jump in and have some run and gun action may be turned off by War Mode.
What I feel could make War Mode even more fun is actually in the new map in the Resistance DLC. I am talking about that objective with the train. It is a fantastic set piece that feels like it could be part of the campaign. I think that each War Mode map going forward needs this one huge action movie style set piece to end the mode with. It really does pump you up and make things extra tense!
I would love to hear in the comments below about what you feel could make War Mode in Call Of Duty WW2 even better.
Tips For Call Of Duty WWII Zombies Darkest Shore
Tips For Call Of Duty WWII Zombies Darkest Shore

To say I have loved the zombie’s mode in Call Of Duty WW2 is an understatement. I have already played through the latest chapter, The Darkest Shore a few times and loved every moment of it. I wanted to share a few tips with you to help you get through this terrifying chapter of Call Of Duty WW2 Nazi Zombies.
Use The Turret At The Start
When the zombies start coming out of the water right at the start, it can make you say what the hell and make you feel unprepared. Well, there is actually a pretty powerful turret on the left of the beach that can cut through this first horde very easily.
Know The Map
The Darkest Shore in Call Of Duty WW2 is one of the tightest maps going and the more you play it the more you get to know it. With so many tight spaces, if you make a mistake 99/100 you are dead! So make sure you know where you can run to and where you cannot. Knowing this can save your butt if you ever get overrun.
Use Minecarts
I know that spending points on minecarts seems a waste of money, but rather than seeing them as a way of getting around. Think of them as a lifeline. I have used a minecart many times when things have gotten a little too hot for me to handle and I needed to get out of there. However, I would not suggest just spending points on them because you cannot be bothered to walk!
Do Not Go For Long Range Weapons
Shotguns and machine guns are the way to go in The Darkest Shore. This map does not really work for long range scope style weapons. Most of the time what you are trying to kill is right in front of you and in tight quarters, a shotgun really shines and does a ton of damage.

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