Nazi Zombies have become synonymous with the Call of Duty brand following its introduction in Treyarch’s Call of Duty: World at War back in 2008.
Call of Duty Black Ops and its 2 successors all featured a variety of Zombie survival as did Advanced and Infinite Warfare, and now Activision has revealed the return of Nazi Zombies for the latest installment in the grisly often humourous survival series included with Sledgehammer Games’ Call of Duty: WWII.
2017 sees the return of Nazi Zombies, first seen in 2008 with World at War. Departing Infinite Warfare‘s entertaining and almost comedic take on the mode, Nazi Zombies looks to put the frighteners into players when it debuts along with WWII on November 3rd. A terrifying new take on the much-loved series, Nazi Zombies “will transport players into a labyrinth of chilling occult Nazi zombies experiments, and monstrous creations set mythically in World War II“.
As one of four characters, players will work together as part of an international team to unravel a malevolent plot masterminded by the Axis powers to harness occult forces and create the ultimate undead army.
Call of Duty Zombies has a past record of pulling in some of Hollywood’s biggest stars with Sarah Michelle Gellar, Danny Trejo and even the recently departed George A. Romero having all been involved in previous outings, Nazi Zombies is no exception to that rule. Revealed during San Diego Comic Con, Nazi Zombies will feature an all star cast including former Doctor Who David Tennant, Pulp Fiction and Mission Impossible actor Ving Rhames, Elodie Yung of Daredevil fame, Katheryn Winnick (Vikings) and Udo Kier (Halloween 2007, The Lords of Salem).
“With Nazi Zombies, we’re creating a frightening world full of terrifying characters and events that will make you jump and look over your shoulder. There’s an incredible amount of myth and lore, which our team has poured through in our development,” said Glen Schofield, Studio Head and Co-Founder of Sledgehammer Games. “This is unlike anything before, we’re taking players to some very dark, grim places in Nazi Zombies. This is one hell of a horror experience.”
Experience the horror of Nazi Zombies when Call of Duty: WWII debuts November 3rd on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.