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7 Things to Know About Call of Duty: WWII The Resistance DLC 1

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Call of Duty: WWII The Resistance Maps

We know that you will get three new Call of Duty: WWII maps in three new locations in this DLC. That sounds like it is down one map because there is a special War Mode map that is included as well. 

We know that this game will include maps in France, Poland and Czechoslovakia, and Activision is finally delivering more details on the map locations. 

  • Valkyrie: Located in the Masurian Woods, East Prussia, this map was inspired by The Wolf’s Lair, Hitler’s Eastern-front headquarters during Operation Barbarossa, the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union. This is a medium-sized map with gameplay focused around a dangerous center lane covered by multiple overwatch positions and mounted machine guns.
  • Occupation: In this remake of the classic Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Multiplayer map Resistance, players battle through the streets and shops of German-occupied Paris during WWII. Long side streets encourage mid-range combat, with nearby homes and storefronts lending defensive positions for ambush and recovery.
  • Anthropoid: Based in Prague, Czechoslovakia, this map is inspired by Operation Anthropoid, the famous assassination attempt on a high-ranking German officer during World War II. This map features a center lane divided by a river, with long-flanking paths that can be used by snipers for ranged attacks.

In the Season Pass description Activision notes that each map pack may include new maps and iconic maps, and Occupation is that map in The Resistance. It is a re-imagining of a Modern Warfare 3 map.

Already the maps look like they will add some much needed variety to the game. While you are still boots on the ground there is more height variation in the Anthropoid map in an urban setting. 

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