Call of Duty WWII Zombies Mode Is “Dope”, Unbelievable Effort Went In For E3 2017 Showing
“F’ed up, in a great way.”
The zombies mode has become synonymous with the Call of Duty series ever since it made its debut with World at War in 2008, and has only grown in its popularity with every further appearance. People are obviously very excited to see and hear more about the zombies mode in this year’s Call of Duty: WWII.
But while Sledgehammer boss Glen Schofield has weighed in with his thoughts on what the mode will be like, he’s confirmed that there won’t be a showing for at it E3 during the weekend. In a tweet, Schofield said that WWII’s zombies mode is “dope”, calling it “f’ed up, in a great way”, while promising that it will feature some “freaky, insane creatures”.
However, when asked if the zombies mode will be shown off at E3 this year, Schofield said that there’s no plans to do this. He said that mostly Sledgehammer will be focusing on showing the multiplayer and campaign modes, while saying that “an insane amount of effort” has gone into their E3 showing this year.
You can see his tweets below. Call of Duty: WWII is out later this year for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC. Meanwhile, we’ll be covering all of E3 and bringing you any and all updates, so stay tuned to GamingBolt.