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Each week Sledgehammer Games speech its fans at a weekly update, generally going over news concerning  Call of Duty: WWII in the past week, and providing their supporters an update on what’s to emerge. And though the developer launched a new DLC for the game last week, it looks like we won’t even have to wait a lot longer to get some more information, since the developer officially announced a highly requested manner will probably be coming to the game, and teased a brand-new map in addition to that.

After weeks of pleading from fans, Sledgehammer is adding Ground War into the game. For the ones that don’t know, Ground War is the same as standard game modes, with the distinction being it pits 18 players against each other in 2 groups, as opposed to the normal 10.

In addition to that, the programmer teased a brand-new multiplayer map will come into the game…kind of. It appears that the Headquarters will become an official map which may be selected following this update that is new from the menus. The size of this map, in addition to which game styles we could play with on it, has not been revealed, however we all know that Free-for-all is going to be among them.

It is possible to have a look at teaser images of the Earth and map War game style at the article’s close.

Call of Duty: WWII was released late last year and is currently available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC. You are able to pick this up in Amazon simply by clicking here.

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