Call Of Duty: WWII Could Be Getting Some New Weapons Soon
Call of Duty: WWII has had a lot to offer since its release earlier this month, including a strong [...]
Call of Duty: WWII has had a lot to offer since its release earlier this month, including a strong single player campaign, great multiplayer maps and probably one of the scariest Zombies modes in ages. But there's more from where that came from.
Some recent datamining came up in a thread over on Reddit, where a user by the name of MossadKilledLilPeep has found over a dozen new weapons that will be introduced to the game. These include thirteen new firearms, along with a handful of new melee weapons, including an Icepick, a Combat Knife and a Trench Knife. The full list is below:
- Gewehr 43
- Type 5
- Beretta 38
- Breda 30
- Winchester 94 Lever Action
- Enfield No. 2
- Walther P38
- Combat Knife
- Trench Knife
There also appears to be a new Calling Card that players can earn by achieving 500 kills with each particular weapon, though images of these Cards weren't made available yet.
In addition, some Supply Drop variants appear to be coming in as well, including a Legendary Supply Drop, an Epic Supply Drop and a Weapon Supply Drop. These weapons could be featured in said supply drops, but Activision hasn't said a word as of yet.
The game does have an update coming tomorrow that will introduce the new Call of Duty Points system, as well as some minor tweaks to its overall performance. These weapons and loot boxes could very well be introduced as part of that update, but, again, Activision hasn't confirmed this just yet.
As far as the next major content update that will be coming to Call of Duty: WWII, that would be The Resistance, the first DLC pack that is set to make its debut on January 30th, and later on (probably in early March) for Xbox One and PC. We'll probably find out more about this and the additional content very soon, possibly at PlayStation Experience, where Call of Duty: WWII is likely to have some major presence.
Call of Duty: WWII is available now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.0comments