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Call of Duty: WWII - PlayStation 4

Model: 88108SKU: 5850906

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Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 5188 reviews

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Fun but could've been better

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    NOTW116NOTW
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    Call of Duty returns to its World War 2 roots! The campaign is fun and has some awesome moments! It is one of my favorite Call of Duty campaigns in the last few years and is the closest a CoD game has come to a Band of Brothers experience. The multiplayer on the other hand, is not great. This is the buggiest and poorest designed Call of Duty multiplayer I have ever played! After several months now they still haven't fixed some of the really annoying bugs and glitches! The spawns in the game are also really bad where I find myself getting spawned killed in many games. The maps, while conceptually they are cool, are poorly designed. The change from perks/wild cards to basic training in your loadout feels rather limited compared to past CoDs but it brings a nice balance to loadouts in this installment. Finally, the best part of the game, the weapons! It hasn't felt this good to fire a gun in CoD in a long time! All the weapons are fairly balanced with each one feeling unique enough from the rest that choosing the right one for you isn't as simple as looking at the stats. Overall I had fun with this game apart from all the bugs and weak multiplayer. If you love CoD campaigns I would recommend you check this out, especially if you have 4K capabilities because this game is gorgeous! If you are more of a CoD multiplayer type then I wouldn't recommend this game to you but if you love the WW2 setting it may be worth a shot.

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Not Quite

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    Sundae
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    For the game itself...The graphics look great in the beginning and seem to become a bit more cartoonish than what they showed in the trailers. Definitely a lot of inserting female characters for the sake of equality (or pandering to the social climate). Some of the levels feel extremely isolating like the tank level. I feel like they should have told the whole story through one characters perspective and a shorter timespan as it seems to jump around too much for my taste. Brothers in arms is a great example of flow to a WW2 game. I like single player games to get immersed in the environment, so I didn't play much of the multiplayer. Ultimately I think they spread their resources around too much with multiplayer/zombies and the single player suffered. The sounds are great. Enemy animations are great. Im glad there are lots of troops running around to give you a sense scale but for some reason (I think the graphics) the maps can feel pretty narrow and lifeless. I hate to say it (as I enjoy the call of duty campaigns much more) but the graphics in battlefield 1 just felt much less cartoony and made landscapes feel larger. This game needed more dark grittiness like world at war. Having said all of this it is the best call of duty campaign since modern warfare 2. Just wish more time was focused on a very tight single player experience.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Nothing really new

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    Oenim79
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    Great graphics and animation but missions and maps aren’t that exciting. Like so many first person shooting games it’s just a drill in finding more ammo, reviving your health, and shooting as many things as you can. The aerial mission held a lot of promise but the aircraft handling was either intentionally limiting or just poorly designed. I tell myself the designers wanted to limit the maneuverability of the aircraft to match the real thing yet realism is one of those things I think any first person shooter game lacks especially considering weapons manipulation like reloading and rapid fire. At any rate, my point is the aerial play level of protecting the bombers would have been more enjoyable if the aircraft didn’t maneuver like 18 wheeler tractor trailers with wings. Other than that it was again your usual first person shooter experience. There are obviously differences in how your health revives, sighting in your sniper rifle scopes, and all that but overall nothing revolutionary coming from this one.

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    good

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    mel24
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    Great graphics and animation but missions and maps aren’t that exciting. Like so many first person shooting games it’s just a drill in finding more ammo, reviving your health, and shooting as many things as you can. The aerial mission held a lot of promise but the aircraft handling was either intentionally limiting or just poorly designed. I tell myself the designers wanted to limit the maneuverability of the aircraft to match the real thing yet realism is one of those things I think any first person shooter game lacks especially considering weapons manipulation like reloading and rapid fire. At any rate, my point is the aerial play level of protecting the bombers would have been more enjoyable if the aircraft didn’t maneuver like 18 wheeler tractor trailers with wings. Other than that it was again your usual first person shooter experience. There are obviously differences in how your health revives, sighting in your sniper rifle scopes, and all that but overall nothing revolutionary coming from this one.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    The Call of Duty needed

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    Teejaye1100
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    This WWII Call of Duty is definitely needed especially after all the Call of Duty's with jet packs and players jumping 500 ft in the air. The approach this game takes with the boots on the ground is the COD I loved since Modern Warfare 4. The new care packages and classes take some getting used too, but overall I like what they have done. Double XP weekend is one of the best also. The weapons aren't the best, most people may not like the bouncing betty's and older weapons. But overall, I think they redeemed themselves and did just enough to put the franchise back in customers minds. It was beginning to get a bit stale the last few years from Ghosts, Advance Warfare, etc. I finally can get back to real combat. The maps could be better though. Not a fan of the maps, but I also don't buy the DLC map packs. This is the best COD in a long time IMO.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Back to basics

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    SkuggiUlfr
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    I purchased this to play with my dad and friends, while the game is fun; there are a lot of glaring problems. Shotguns are basically burst fire sniper rifles, there is literally no bullet flinch, and to top it off, the hit boxes are so inconsistent that you can get one bullet kills one second and empty a full clip the next to get one kill. Supply drop rewards are heavily influenced by whether they're purchased with his points or earned in game- with in game earned ones often yielding duplicate items. I've open to date 15 rare and above supply drops that have been all duplicates. Once you get past that, the campaign is decent. Zombies is actually fun. The new war mode is meant for pre-made parties as most in the matchmaking system are inconsistent at best and saboteurs at worst.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    CoD is Back!

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    BlakeS
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    I have always loved the Call of Duty franchise, but I felt like they were veering away from their fan base with the future warfare games. WWII brings CoD back to its roots with a great campaign and classic gameplay. The ammo caches and use of first-aid kits is almost nostalgic compared to the more recent games' ammo pickups or take-cover-to-heal. You can rely on teammates to provide these things, too if you prefer. The CG animation is exquisite. I play on a PS4 upscaled by a 4k display. I am amazed at the intricate details and level of attention given the maps by the artists. The motion capture performances by the actors, including Josh Duhamel (Transformers) combined with the digital models of their characters are brilliant. This is a big WIN in the Call of Duty lineup.

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great but campaign too short

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    mcroz44
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    I am 56 years old and have been playing the COD series since its inception in the early 2000's. I still load up and play the old games. I never tire of them. The smart thing they did was go back to the WWII series with the return of this game. About time!!! This game is fantastic and the graphics are super sweet. the game play is great and smooth with no issues. The only knock that I have is the campaign is way too short. I used to play the others for days. This I have played twice and I have finished half of the levels already. I do not play online. ^0 bucks is a lot to pay for this small amount of content and that is why I wait until it is on sale. If you play online you will not be disappointed if you only do campaign then you get what you get. A really short game

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Much improved over last several installments

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    jprakes
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    This installment of COD is a huge improvement over the last several installments who went a little overboard with the futuristic theme to the point that gameplay suffered. Campaign is a much better paced, and gameplay is much improved. The characters are fairly bland and stereotypical, but it works. Multiply has brought back the ability to snipe without having to exploit quickscoping. Previous games had basically designed maps without any sniping positions in mind. Zombies is pretty good, David Tennant is great addition to the cast. It pales in comparison to Treyarch Zombies, but that's expected. It is pretty fun overall. Would recommend this to anyone who has been put off by the previous installments.

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good game

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    hwiethorn
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    Good game. Especially for someone who is missing the old style feel of the first few call of duty games and modern warfare. I enjoyed it, but not as much as I had hoped to because I guess I had gotten a little more used to the futuristic stuff than I thought I did. Especially for someone who is missing the old style feel of the first few call of duty games and modern warfare. I enjoyed it, but not as much as I had hoped to because I guess I had gotten a little more used to the futuristic stuff than I thought I did. It was frustrating not being able to use my thrusters, which is not something I would have ever thought I would say.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great COD Game

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    Mike
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    I love World War 2. There's really not much to say because you know what you're getting. What I like about it, is that the weapons seem more beefier. The sound of the bullets and when they hit are very intense sounding and brings you into the game more. The movements seem more fluid. What I don't like is that team death matches seem very short but then again infinite warfare seemed very long. But I think I prefer it to be longer. I also feel like infinite warfare was more simplified in the menu and that upgrading my weapons and fulfilling my missions was easier. Anyway, it doesn't take away from my enjoyment of the game. Still worth the buy!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good boots on the ground

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    solofx7
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    If you are looking for a good return to form, this game is the one for you. The graphics are quite amazing. The gameplay is sharp and fun as usual. Multiplayer outside of the new mode is standard COD fare. If you are expecting people or COD to change the game toward odjectives, they wont and have not as the userbase does not seem to play that way. Overall the multiplayer is fun and such as it used to be. Zombies is also fun and more "scary" than comedy which I appreciate. I have only played a little bit of the campain, but what I have seen is good. Worth the money especially if you can find it on a good deal.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    An excellent revist to core

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    apsingh
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    COD WWII does an amazing job at finally bringing back the original realism and action that brought on its popularity. The campaign and multiplayer revisits similar mechanics, weapons, and scorestreaks as previous CODs, especially COD II and WAW. The new zombies mode is also a reward and provides a balance between the core challenge and the added classes that allow players to level up. I've always bought COD for the zombies since WAW and this installment of zombies features a new, less complex storyline, yet provides a new, gripping, and horrific experience for veteran players.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    An enjoyable return to WWII

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    Thricedude72
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    I've completed the campaign and spent several hours in multiplayer, and so far, I'm really enjoying this game. I grew weary of the futuristic settings and mech suits of recent entries, so the change of pace to WWII is a nice change for me. The campaign was quality, if not a little bit shorter than I had anticipated. There is some nice variety in the missions that seem to novel for CoD games, so that was appreciated. YMMV, but multiplayer has been solid for me as well. It's lacking in the number of available maps, however. This is my favorite CoD in recent years.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great Graphics

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    Gamer
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    Typical wartime game like previous versions with the exception of nicer graphics and storyline in league with historic wartime weaponry and events. Interface could be more streamlined, as there is a lot packed in to the game as far as navigating stock, customizations and such. melee killing a bit weak and m1911 handgun a pure waste of time to use, takes about 4 shots to kill anyone. using snoper rifles shout result in one hit one kill but unless its a headshot its not. reloading is very slow. beach storming is very nice and vehicles are very nice.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Call of Duty Returns to it's Magnificent Roots

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    Yewjax
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    I'm not the biggest Call of Duty fan, but I am a huge WWII buff, and at the very least, I enjoyed COD when it was set in WWII. COD: WWII returns to a type of warfare and gunplay that I think is most exhilarating. Zombies are back and better, more intense and scary. The campaign, while a typical COD campaign, is an intense one at that. The writing in spots is cliche or cheesy, but it does have its moments that people will remember after finished playing the game. If you're into WWII and/or COD, it's at least worth a try.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great COD

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    KrazyMexikan
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    The only con about the game is the campaign as it only deals with fighting the war against Germany! I would say that COD world at war was better in terms that you were playing as two different persons fighting a war on two different fronts (Japan & Germany)! However, I would say that the multiplayer is worth playing! In addition, zombies game play is definitely not lacking and it has been enhanced to even give you a spook or two. I recommend to get your copy and you will not be disappointed!!

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Fun, but lacks good multiplayer maps

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    Robber23
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    Single player is short—like 6-10 hours, but fun with a good story. Multiplayer has a lack of good maps, in my opinion. I prefer historically accurate maps, but some (3-4) of the like 12 are just made up, clearly for multiplayer running around. Their new WAR multiplayer maps are the best, with real operations, with goals other than catching an imaginary flag. Overall, it’s a fun game, with some improvements that can be made, specifically fixing the pay to win....

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great game for fans of Older Call of Duty games

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    Javilon
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    I have bought every Call of Duty game released, and I must say this is my favorite since Black Ops. The game is fun, I appreciate that they went backwards instead of more futuristic like the previous entries. The running/sliding/super jumping of the previous few games just didn't work for me. The new Headquarters where you can test loadouts and pick up "orders" is a nice touch, but doens't do much overall for the game. Overall this is a solid game for Shooter fans and I would recommend it.

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Brought gameplay back from future

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    jpere8
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    I don’t like the new ones with them being to futuristic. Have skipped on those and this was welcoming. Didn’t buy the expansion packs this time as if you been playing for a while. They just upgrade the greaphics of old maps you have played in previous versions. This is getting old and losing interest in FPS for call of duty and Battlefield. We need someone else to bring some infantry fighting online as these are stale.

    I would recommend this to a friend