Call of Duty WWII's Nazi Zombies officially revealed in new gory trailer

Months after the new Call of Duty: WWII was unveiled by Sledgehammer games, the developer has finally taken the wraps off the game's highly anticipated Nazi Zombies Mode. The new reveal trailer, with plenty of jump cuts, shots of terrifying zombies, and a fitting, creepy voice-over is seen above.

The game's zombies seem to be experiments of a Nazi scientist, who even says that he has 'created the devil himself' in the trailer. This is probably alluding to a powerful boss type zombie that players will face at some point.

The Call of Duty official Twitter account has been steadily revealing the voice actors that will be involved in the zombie mode leading up to the trailer launch today. Beginning with David Tennant last week, the lineup progressed to include the famous talents of Elodie Yung, Katheryn Winnick, Udo Kier, and Jefferson Potts.

The trailer's description provides a bit more context on the zombie game mode, reading:

Players will embark on a chilling and mysterious journey through a snowy Bavarian village in Mittelburg, Germany, as they attempt to recover priceless works of art stolen by the Axis powers in World War II. This village holds a shadowy secret key to an unimaginable and monstrous power. Nothing is as it seems in this zombies horror, as a dark and sinister plot unfolds to unleash an invincible Nazi army of the dead.

Now, with the game's single-player mode, multiplayer battles, and finally the Nazi Zombies mode officially revealed, expect to see more extensive gameplay footage to arrive from the studio in the coming months.

Call of Duty: WWII is slated to launch on November 3 for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. A beta for the game is also set to arrive on August 25, with access given to those who pre-order.

Source: Call of Duty (YouTube)

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