Call of Duty: WWII Gets New Live Action Resistance Trailer
It's a big week for Call of Duty: WWII fans, as players will be able to check out the first downloadable content for the game, The Resistance, on PlayStation 4, as well as take part in events surrounding said content. To celebrate, Activision has released a new trailer that is sure to get you in the mood for sneaky shenanigans on the new maps, and with the other additions.
The trailer focuses on a crew of players that try to set up strategies for the game in deep, dark places, only to react to those that aren't involved with the game. For instance, two guys get onto an elevator and try to communicate with each other via morse code, which in turn annoys the other people on the elevator, wondering what they're up to.
In another scene, a pair of workers is talking at a diner, also discussing plans for the game. But when a waitress comes walking up, one of them sticks the plans in her mouth, all weird like, until she manages to walk away.
There are other scenarios that involve this sort of behavior as well, such as trio of co-workers in a dark board room, finding themselves surprised by, again, a worker that's not "in on it," as well as one of the workers trying to check into a hotel, but unable to give his name and address for his reservation. (Later, he finds difficulty getting into the room when his two co-workers ask for the password, and he's forgotten.)
It's a humorous ad, but it may not be to everyone's tastes. That said, it does show a glimpse of the three new maps that will be introduced in WWII, along with the new Zombies map that is sure to get your skin crawling. So you've got that going for you, and you can watch it all above.
But…seriously, how do you forget a password? Or not give the hotel the information needed to find your room?
Call of Duty: WWII is available now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. The Resistance DLC releases tomorrow, and will come out later (possibly in March) for Xbox One and PC.