GameStop has announced a new pre-order bonus for Call of Duty: WWII: a exclusive Zombies mode poster!

The poster should be available when you preorder the game in-stores. If you have already pre-ordered, check with your GameStop store if they have the poster in stock. They should get them in within the next few days.

Announced by GameStop via promotional email.

  • TheAdversary


  • Diego Diniz

    Why Americans LOVE this “Zombie Wave”???
    Series, Movies, Games…I think Zombie is bullshit!
    Multiplayer > ALL

    • Woah, opinions are something else, huh?

    • Sentinel

      Why does…wait…what are you again?? Don’t matter, seems like you only settle for less. Americans do it big nd better.

      • Americans are big alright.

      • QuickzZ-_-GhosT

        He’s brazilian lol

  • Qaotik

    I cut my moms head off and did things to her neckhole… don’t worry, it prank

    • Jesus

      What the fuck

  • jordanxbrookes

    What about GAME?

    • Just preordered and I got a general WWII poster. Shame, would’ve liked a zombies one more

      • jordanxbrookes

        I managed to get 2 WWII posters and some spare marketing material from a friend lol. I wish we would get the Zombies one too :/

  • Sentinel

    Dark & Scary, just how I like it!

  • RdJokr

    Ehh, I prefer movie-style posters like Treyarch and IW did.

  • The9tailedgamer

    Wow, for once a cod dev made me consider a pre-order

    • Patriciakking

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  • imBATMAN

    I got one for free, I asked the Gamestop lady if I can get a poster and she said yeah. She told me pre orders where low at that Gamestop.

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  • Dakota Becker

    How big is the poster?