Tips For Call Of Duty WW2 Nazi Zombies Darkest Shore

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Tips For Call Of Duty WW2 Nazi 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.

Does Call Of Duty WW2 Nazi Zombies Need It’s Own Game

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Does Call Of Duty WW2 Nazi Zombies Prove This Mode Needs Its Own Game?

Does Call Of Duty WWII Nazi Zombies Prove This Mode Needs Its Own Game  
It is pretty crazy to think of how basic the very first Call Of Duty Zombies mode was. Call Of Duty World At War basically saw you just defending your area from hordes of the undead. While this kind of gameplay mechanic has stuck with the series. It has progressed so much that many of us are looking as forward to the next installment of Call Of Duty Zombies as we are the full Call Of Duty game.
As you know, Call Of Duty WWII has Nazi Zombies and while I loved the campy and tongue in cheek style of Zombies In Space Land and the other expansions that were part of Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare. Call Of Duty WWII Nazi Zombies is perhaps the largest zombies mode in terms of its scope. The story is awesome, kind of like something you would actually see in a horror movie. Clearly, a ton of time was put into Nazi Zombies and I, along with many other people. Got more out of that story than the single player campaign that Call Of Duty WWII offered.
I think that it very well could be time for Call Of Duty Zombies to branch out and become its very own series. Some people may not be happy that a mode which was once a free addition to the main series is now its own thing. But if they went all out and stacked it with a really in depth story and other game modes. I feel that Call Of Duty Zombies could very well be its own franchise.