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Developer: Sledgehammer Games
Genre: First-Person Shooter
The Resistance DLC adds needed map variety to multiplayer and introduces another fun Nazi Zombies map. The tighter, dense map Valkyrie gives the new Resistance Division a chance to shine with plenty of close combat opportunities, while Anthropoid offers snipers space to work their magic. Even though Operation Intercept is a new map for the wonderful War Mode, it feels like a known quantity with its repeated objectives from previous operations. On the other hand, the new Zombies map Darkest Shore has plenty of challenging (if sometimes convoluted) puzzles to uncover.
When assessing these packs I try to rate the sum of their parts, and more often than not, the A-game of the zombie team elevates these DLCs. Call of Duty: WWII: The Resistance is another one of those times where the extra bits upstage the main attraction of the maps.
The Resistance DLC introduced two new maps to multiplayer mode that has the finest design and conveys the classic war atmosphere in a precise way, n addition a third map that is a re-introduction of one of the most famous MW3 maps, while continuing to expand through the largest and most beautiful map for Survival mode the Darkest Shore in the the game So far, while Operation Intercept has eliminated the mistakes of previous tasks but has not been as diverse and exciting.
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