Sledgehammer revealed the much-awaited trailer of "Call Of Duty: WWII" Zombies modeon July 20. The grand reveal happened at Comic-Con 2017 in San Diego.The reveal was followed by the announcement of the new Pre-order Bonus for the upcoming first-person shooter game.

Pre-order bonus

Activision announced just recently the new pre-order bonus for "Call of Duty: WWII." Players who pre-order the game will receive the Nazis Zombies weapon camo. This camouflage is an animated version.

While this latest news is interesting, it goes to prove that the skins for the game's weapons are not at all tactical and realistic, which caused disappointment to some expectant players.

Interestingly, the downward spiral of the Infinite Warfare has prompted Activision to go back to its origin. To resolve the issue, the game publisher dropped several in-game activities like futuristic technology and even jetpacks.

The game developer has been very vocal marketing the upcoming game as realistic to history. However, up to this point, they have not yet revealed how they are going to do it with their multiplayer features. With the game's aggressive marketing, several fans are anticipating that tactical weapons would be featured to adapt to their immersive Second World War setting.

The collective presumption right now in the community with the introduction of the pre-order bonus is that this would be the same skin that will be featured in the PvP multiplayer. While the game's coop mode could venture into the creative side given its setting and plot, introducing the animated weapon skins to one section of the game that claims realistic historical base is a bit off.

So far, Sledgehammer has not yet revealed any of the cosmetics that will be featured in the game.

Zombies mode

Meanwhile, Sledgehammer has already revealed the highly anticipated Zombies Mode of the game. As expected the coop mode is creepy, dark, and chilling. Sledgehammer has remained true to its promise that the mode will terrify the players with its setting, audios, and effects.

The highly anticipated first person shooter from Sledgehammer is set to release on November 3, 2017. It will be available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Meanwhile, you can check out the latest trailer of the game's Nazi Zombies mode below and see for yourself if the mode is indeed dark and chilling.

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