With the ongoing PC beta for the upcoming Call of Duty: WWII title, players are getting a taste of what is to come and how exactly the team over at Sledgehammer is bringing the CoD franchise "back to its roots." It's not just enjoyable maps and epic takedowns, one PC beta participant found a bugged menu within the game that could be a first look at some of the unique modes coming to the latest title.
One player took to Reddit to show his findings within the WWII beta, showing off a bugged menu in its very early early stages. Because this was found by mistake and there were Advanced Warfare and "Stronghold" placeholder images also found, there is a very real possibility that his discovery - though a look inside of updated features - will drastically change come launch time.
What he found is very interesting, especially for those veterans of the Call of Duty franchise. The first of the images that the user shared show off a new game mode called "Gridiron", which looks to be a more grounded version of Uplink. Here are a few of the images he shared to show the boots-on-ground take of the new mode:prevnext
A few other screenshots he took shows off some of the new maps coming to Call of Duty: WWII and seems to confirm previous rumors of the Carentan Season Pass bonus feature. Because this is not the full title in its final polished form, this is not the final count of maps to be expected, this is simply what was shown during a bug that the player experienced.0comments
Another interesting thing seen in the images above is that of GameBattles support. Directly on the MP menu, GamesBattles can be seen clearly, which is something that players can look forward to during the game's initial release.
Call of Duty: WWII drops on November 3rd for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.prev