Call of Duty WWII Zombies continues with The Darkest Shore

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The video features The Darkest Shore is the next chapter of the feature set a few days after the disaster at Mittelburg. Marie, Drostan, Olivia, and Jefferson have received intelligence regarding Doctor Peter "Glucksbringer" Straub who is located on an island just north of Germany.

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The next Call of Duty: WWII Nazi Zombies map is The Darkest Shore, and there's finally a new trailer for us all to ogle and unpack before the DLC pack releases later this month. The chapter introduces new zombies to hunt, which Activision says will be "more cunning, quick, and even more bloodthirsty than before". Blanketed in fog, this island is surrounded by Nazi air and sea power - and crawling with the Undead. It also adds a fog environmental effect, which will make it much more hard to spot approaching enemies. Titled "The Darkest Shore", the new trailer will not fail to creep fans out. This serves as the next chapter in the Call of Duty Zombie saga. The new map is part of the upcoming The Resistance DLC, which is set to go live on January 30.

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Along with the new zombies content, The Resistance DLC also contains three new multiplayer maps for Call of Duty: WW2. I'd still like to see a full blown Zombies title someday, preferably by Treyarch but I will take what I can get.

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