While Black Ops IIII faces a fair bit of community dissatisfaction surrounding the Black Ops Pass, Call of Duty: WW2 is still soldiering along with the tried and tested form of its own season pass of DLC. Coming up next week is United Front, releasing for PS4 on 26th June and other platforms a month later.
Three new maps are arriving with the DLC, based on on some of the most famous battles and military campaigns of the Second World War: Market Garden, Monte Cassino and Stalingrad. Alongside them a new War Mode map comes in the form of Operation Supercharge, named after the Second Battle of El Alamain. It sees Allies airdrop into Tunisia and try to capture supplies, destroy a transport bridge and finally try to capture Axis fortifications.
Of course, there’s also a new Nazi Zombies map – The Tortured Path – with the typically bonkers sounding set up:
The Allied forces are crumbling under the relentless advance of the Final Reich. General Rideau decides to take one last, dangerous gambit: to personally lead a small, unmarked caravan across the 2,000 miles of smouldering, infested land that stand between Berlin and the Allied-controlled port of Malaga. From there, he and his crew face a treacherous voyage across icy southern waters and U-boat blockades.
His mission? Transport the remaining pieces of Emperor Barbarossa’s legendary sword to the edge of the world. Uncover the lost forges of ancient Thule. Make the sword whole again… and deliver a final death to the Undying.
Source: EU PS Blog