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New Call of Duty: WWII The War Machine DLC Screenshot Released; New AFK Timer Added to War Mode

Before this past week, Activision introduced the next DLC to get Call of Duty: WWII, that’s set to be titled The War Machinebut in that time, we only got a couple of screenshots of the new maps. Well, now, in its own Weekly Community Update website, developer Sledgehammer Games chose to give players a second glance at one of their newest maps in the kind of another screenshot.

Even the screenshot, which you can check out at the end of the guide, appears to show off an additional angle of the approaching map Egypt, that takes place in Giza, directly outside of its renowned pyramids. This time, rather than a Sphinx, lovers get a look at some sort of cannon, even though understanding  Call of Duty, that is most likely just for decorative purposes and won’t be useable.

The DLC’s fresh Nazi Zombies map The Shadowed Throne was given the screenshot therapy, which occurs at a burning, also destroyed Berlin, Germany.

Along with this new screenshot, it was also demonstrated that the game’s War mode currently has a new attribute: an AFK timer. Now, after five minutes of inactivity through a War match, the game will automatically kick you back to the main menu. This is, naturally, fairly standard for multiplayer games, so it’s fine that it’s finally been added into, what can unquestionably be considered, the game’s greatest multiplayer style.

Call of Duty: WWII was released on November 3, 2018, also can be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC.   The War Machine is set to be on the prior console on April 10, 2018.

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