GameStop Offering A Sweet Call Of Duty: WWII Zombies Pre-Order Poster

There have been a lot of great pre-order offers for Call of Duty: WWII thus far, including a great [...]

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There have been a lot of great pre-order offers for Call of Duty: WWII thus far, including a great DLC pack featuring bonus skins, along with a freakin' awesome Zombies camo that glows in purple with electricity around it. But if you've been waiting for something physical to put up on your wall to go with your order of the game, we've got some good news.

GameStop has begun offering a Zombies Mode poster with pre-orders of Call of Duty: WWII, and you can see it below. It takes place in a darkened city, where you can barely see the light out from beyond the horizon, but there's plenty of zombies to go around. We're not sure who the characters are in the poster, but it's a pretty safe bet that they're the characters you and your friends will be able to play as in the mode.

The cast for the mode was just announced last week before San Diego Comic-Con, featuring the likes of Ving Rhames (Jefferson Potts), David Tennant (Drostan Hynd), Elodie Yung (Olivia Durant), Katheryn Winnick (Marie Fischer) and Udo Kier (Doctor Peter Glucksbringer). So you know there's a lot of personality involved with the mode.

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In case you missed it, here are some quick character descriptions from the Zombies mode:

  • Jefferson Potts– Strong, assured, and educated, Jefferson has both the military and academic prowess the MFAA need.
  • Olivia Durant– A former art historian of the Musée du Louvre, and weapons expert, she is an extremely savvy and capable member of the team.
  • Drostan Hynd– A former art thief, this brash and rough character was given a choice: go to jail, or help reclaim stolen art.
  • Marie Fischer– A brilliant engineer and tactician, Marie attempts to help salvage stolen treasures and rescue her brother, Klaus.
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The developers behind the game, Sledgehammer Games, are really going all out to make sure it's as dark and spooky as its previous work on the Dead Space games – and thus far, it looks like it's really paying off, as you can see from the trailer below.

Call of Duty: WWII arrives on November 3rd for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.