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With a new map that will have players fighting in and around the ancient ruins of Giza, including the Egyptian pyramids. Also a new map taking place in the French sea-side city of Dunkirk, as seen in the movie Dunkirk. Dubbed, The War Machine, this update also continues the Nazi Zombies story.

With The War Machine, Sledgehammer Games has created a series of exciting new maps and experiences designed to take Call of Duty: WWII players to all-new theatres of war. Players will fight in an iconic World War II battle at Dunkirk, travel to a secret German V-2 rocket facility and push the battle across continents and into Egypt.

Players will also fight alongside their friends and foes in a new War Mode mission, co-developed with Raven Software, called Operation Husky, which includes a new gameplay mechanic - aerial dogfighting! And finally, there’s a brand-new, exciting chapter of Nazi Zombies that takes the Barbarossa storyline to an entirely new level.

Aerial dogfighting? Very cool.

As with all Call of Duty DLC content it will go live on April 11 in ANZ on PlayStation 4 first, before reaching other platforms a month after that.

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