Activision has announced the first details on the Season Pass for Call of Duty: WWII. It will include 4 DLC Packs coming in 2018. Each of the DLC Packs will include new MP Maps, new chapters of the WWII Zombies experience, and yes, new War missions.

Experience the full-scale theatre of war with the Call of Duty: WWII Season Pass*. Continue the epic journey with 4 DLC Packs in 2018 that include new and iconic Multiplayer Maps, new chapters of Nazi Zombies and all-new War Missions.

All Call of Duty: WWII DLC Packs will be available 30 days early on PS4. The Season Pass also includes access to the just-announced Carentan bonus map.

SOURCE: Activision

  • Subaru

    3 multi maps 1 war mission and 1 zombies map per map pack I’m gunna guess.
    Will suck if it is, war “missions” aka maps are only playable in that specific multi gamemode.

    Improve the season pass content and add more to it, 1 zombie map at launch with 4 across the period of a year in nearly 2018 sucks, so does only apparently only getting 10 base maps.

    More for our money please considering the amount of gamble related shit that is thrown at us consistently.

    • RdJokr

      1 Zombies map per map pack works better, because they can tell the story by each episode. Imagine if you get episode 1 at launch, and then the first map pack gives you episodes 2 and 3. Anyone eager for the story will have Episode 2’s plot spoiled by Episode 3 already, which ruins part of the experience.

      • Joshwoocool

        Slightly Offtopic but I think COD Should go back to multiple Maps on disc for Zombies(Kino-Five Or Tranzit-Bus Depot-Farm-Town Style)

        • BradyAlucard

          I agree.

        • This. Black Ops 2 was the most lit Zombies ever at launch. You got TranZit which provided a new way to play zombies and introduced a lot of innovations, then you got Nuketown which was a classic style zombies map and it didn’t end there because you had Greif Mode and Classic mode and Custom Game options.

          I really hope Treyarch brings all of that back in their next game because Black Ops 3 Zombies was so disappointing coming out of Black Ops 2.

    • Robbie Wathen

      Why are you common no one cares what you saying stop bitching like a little kid and crying

    • Jon

      It’s not even that much money. You are crying over nothing.

      • Why

        You’re spending $50 on a pass for content you don’t know you’re gonna like. That’s quite a bit for most people.

  • Why

    Why does CoD still do season passes and paid DLC? Seriously, that shit’s so out of date.

    • Mitch

      Because they make a fuckton of money with it.

      • Why

        They do? Who still buys them?

    • ToonToons22

      Yeah, it is. I wish they’d move with the rest of the crowd and use free DLC seasons like Overwatch and Rainbow Six Siege. If they did that then nobody would have to take a gamble on buying the Season Pass. Plus, the game lives longer.

      • The Gaming Revolution

        I’m not sure why, but I like the season passes. It’s just a simpler system, you par $50 and get 4 map packs spaced out every 2-3 months before the new game launches. And the free dlc seasons would only work if the game was good enough to hold people for over a year, but COD just isn’t a versatile enough game to keep me entertained for over its usual one year cycle, which makes the season passes perfect because it’s just a steady, short flow of new content without the need to wait extended unknown periods of time for a random dlc. It also allows the developers to make a better dlc because frankly Activision only cares about money, so god knows the dev won’t work hard on a free dlc because it doesn’t give them anything to show to Activision. Overwatch is still fun after nearly 2 years, but I think the season pass and a 1 year life cycle is perfect for COD.

        • Why

          So what if a new CoD comes out every year? The DLC should still be free. Who the fuck wants to spend $110 in order to get the game AND the DLC every single year, when they can pay at most $60 instead? It’s far more consumer-friendly, and allows the game to live longer (it would also help CoD go back to being alive a year for each game, unlike the last few years where each games starts losing its playerbase 3-4 months in). Also, I don’t see how it’s a “simpler system”. It could be the same system with free DLC, just not paid. Not only that, but a free DLC system could lead to the game’s DLC slowly being released throughout the year, constantly keeping it fresh. And let’s say the game isn’t good enough to last a year. What difference does it make? If it isn’t, then buy having the DLC being $15 a piece, you’re just releasing paid content that no one cares to buy, which only drives away people even more. Not only that, but Activision makes enough from SDs alone, so they’re just wasting their time.

          • The Gaming Revolution

            The point I was trying to make was that activision is not going to make dlc free to be user friendly, it has no positive effect for activision to take a money-making system and just make it free for no reason. The mindset of “they should make the dlc free” is just so idiotic because they clearly aren’t even going to consider doing that. If it is such a big deal for you to pay for dlc then you shouldn’t play the game imo because people making ridiculous claims to activision are what make the community so toxic. When supply drops were added, some people legitimately thought that them complaining would get activision to remove it, as if they thought activision would say “Oh? The fans want us to remove an entire aspect of the game that makes a good portion of revenue for no other reason than them being unhappy? Consider it gone!” Activision is at a point where making complaints like these are just pointless. At this point you either love the game or you don’t play it. You can’t play the game and still complain about it because that literally achieves nothing.

    • Dustin Ouellette

      No it’s not every game does that if you don’t want it don’t pay for it also shits in this is not possessive so there’s no apostrophe

  • SSR

    Fuck… i was hoping for a new direction like a DLC for a russian campaign, Pacific campaign and so on…

    • BradyAlucard

      Activision is never going to change the Season Pass routine. Sucks, I know.

    • RdJokr

      Campaign is easily the most expensive part of development for COD. It’ll be years before we see them make DLCs for the campaign portion.

      • I’m honestly salty there will never be more SP missions for IW. I’d totally drop a fuckload of money for more missions or getting to play as the SDF.

  • BradyAlucard

    Let’s just hope that Zombie map quality doesn’t decrease. Does SH have a separate team dedicated to it?

    • Not sure, but SHGames is doing zombies this year no doubt unlike AW where Raven was doing it

      • BradyAlucard

        It could be like Treyarch, then. The team sizes split into 3 so that they can work on the different modes respectively, correct me if I’m wrong. And yeah I knew SH was doing it instead of Raven lol

        • Yeah Treyarch splitting the teams into 3’s is something they always done, I’m not sure how SHGames has gone about it, I think it’s safe to assume they’re doing the same thing.

  • …and this is news? Would’ve thought it was obvious.

  • Peter Griffin

    I “secretely” hope that each DLC will be themed. The 1st one would be “Eastern front” themed and mostly German vs Soviets, the 2nd “North-African front” and focused on German vs British, and the 3rd one “Pacific war” US vs Japan. Each one of them would have a single map for the War mode themed accordingly to their respective DLC’s theme. And of course, the 4th DLC would be themed exclusively for the Zombie mode. But…I’m dreaming I guess.