After the disappointing leaked trailer of the upcoming first-person shooter game, “Call of Duty WWII,” Sledgehammer Games revealed the video game’s undead mode, entitled Nazi Zombies. As the mode will come along with more horrifying as well as squishier flesh eaters, the Nazi Zombies mode has boosted the standards of the video game.

Despite the trailer’s fast paced transitions, the work done by the video game company is absolutely stunning. Fans believe that the announcement trailer may come as an actual gameplay in the zombie themed game.

According to the Daily Star, Sledgehammer explained at the Comic Con that the Nazi Zombies mode in the “Call of Duty WWII” is a terrifying co-operative mode that would unleash a new horror story for the zombie fans.

It seems in this mode, a dark plot will unfold to unleash an army of the dead.

Cast of Nazi Zombies mode

The voice talents of the Nazi Zombies in the “Call of Duty WWII” were also unveiled at the San Diego Comic-Con panel. It will feature David Tennant, Ving Rhames, Elodie Yung, Katheryn Winnick and Udo Kier. The cast squeezed out their delight in being part of the project.

As reported by GameSpot, game enthusiasts who wish to avail the pre-order offer will get the Nazi Zombies Camo. “Call of Duty WWII” fans should have the new weapon as electricity bolts are animated. Nonetheless, the video game company made it known that the weapon skin will only be available in the zombie game of the franchise.

Nevertheless, the upcoming first-person shooter game is the first trip of the series back to era since the 2008 installment, “Call Of Duty: World At War.” Since then, the video game company rolled out yearly iterations that focused on bringing the video game franchise into futuristic settings. In spite of that, several enthusiasts have expressed extreme tiredness over the settings.

The game publisher Activision will soon detail the twisted new vision of the Nazi Zombies mode. So far, it is confirmed that it will revolve around Third Reich’s story, wherein, the story would attempt to create an army in the war’s final stages.

Game’s release date

Sledgehammer Games is expected to roll out the “Call Of Duty: WWII” video game on November 3.

The game will be available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Meanwhile, the private beta test is expected from August 25 until August 28 on PS4, while both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will get the beta from September 1 until September 4.