‘Call of Duty: WWII’ multiplayer adds a social space inspired by ‘Warcraft’

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There’s one thing you’re going to hear over and over in relation to Call of Duty: WWII‘s multiplayer experience: “Boots on the ground.”

The four-word catchphrase refers to the way WWII strips out the modern contrivances of more recent games — such as booster packs and exoskeletons — in favor of more traditional close combat. It amounts to a simplification: everyone will have an easier time getting a handle on Call of Duty multiplayer in WWII.

Sledgehammer Games focused primarily on the game’s story mode in its April 26 reveal, but we did pick up a few facts about how PvP action will factor in. Read more…

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