There are many good reasons to buy the Call of Duty: WWII Season Pass right now, and only a few reasons to hold off on spending another $50 on Call of Duty: WWII.
You get regular Call of Duty: WWII updates that fine tune features and that add content to Supply Drops, but maps are only coming through the DLC.
This gives you a good idea of what you can expect from Sledgehammer Games and sets you up for the rest of the DLC nicely. There are four DLC map packs total and you will get them first on PlayStation, but there is no way to play early like you can with some Battlefield DLC.
You can buy a special Call of Duty: WWII edition with the Season Pass, or the Season Pass or just buy the DLC packs you want individually, though that can limit the matchmaking later in the game’s life. The Season Pass is $49.99 and available in stores and digitally on your console or PC.
Is the Call of Duty: WWII Season Pass Worth It?
When you buy the Call of Duty: WWII Season Pass you are basically buying a second game, and that’s a big investment. We’ll help you walk through the reasons why it makes sense to buy it today, and why you might want to wait.
If you decide to buy the Call of Duty: WWII DLC, the Season Pass is the way to go, simply due to the $10 discount over buying individually and the split playlists you may end up in if you pick and choose the DLC that you want.
Our guide will walk you through the reasons you should buy the Call of Duty: WWII Season Pass today, and why you should wait, or maybe skip it entirely.
Buy if Call of Duty: WWII is Still Your Go to Game
This is still the go to boots on the ground version of Call of Duty, and even with Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 on the way it makes sense to buy the Season Pass if you will play Call of Duty: WWII for most of 2018 and into 2019.
If you think you will buy all of the maps because you loved the first 8 months of Call of Duty: WWII or because you like the direction the game is going with each update, you should buy the Season Pass.
For gamers who are planning to play Call of Duty: WWII for a year, it doesn't make sense to wait and buy the DLC separately or even to skip one or two of them since that will limit the matchmaking as you get split into a smaller and smaller pool.
You save $10 over buying the DLC individually, you get a bonus and you may still need to wait a long time for a deal.