CALL OF DUTY WWII: New Trailer Released For Nazi Zombies - The Darkest Shore



This month sees the arrival of the first DLC pack for Call Of Duty: WWII, and with it comes a new level for the highly acclaimed Nazi Zombies mode. Included with the Resistance DLC, available for PS4 from January 30th, is The Darkest Shore, the second chapter of the horror game which features David Tennant among its voice cast. Resistance is the first of four DLC packs coming in 2018, and will also be available for Xbox One and PC in March.

Call Of Duty: Nazi Zombies is an original adventure mode taking part in an alternative history set apart from the main Call Of Duty game. The Sledgehammer Games release sees a handpicked team battling a zombie army created by the Third Reich as they attempt to recover priceless artworks stolen by the Nazis. David Tennant voices Drostan Hynd, an antiques expert and former art thief who is given the choice to join the mission or go to jail.  

The Darkest Shore follows our heroes into the next chapter of their dangerous journey. Only days after the horrific disaster of Mittelburg, the crew has received intel that suggests Doktor Straub (Udo Kier) is on an island just north of Germany. Blanketed in fog, this island is surrounded by Nazi air and sea power and crawling with the Undead - an army of zombies that are stronger and more intelligent than those encountered before. Marie (Katheryn Winnick), Drostan (David Tennant), Olivia (Elodie Yung), and Jefferson (Ving Rhames) will need to battle all this and more to uncover the mysteries hidden within the Darkest Shore. 

A trailer has been released for the new Nazi Zombies level - please be pre-warned that the clip contains scenes of gore and horror



For more information and to pre-order visit www.callofduty.com 



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