Call of Duty WWII's Winter Siege event brings back Gun Game

Call of Duty WW2 UPDATE Winter Carentan Map and Multiplayer changes news

Call of Duty: WWII is a stellar historical shooter but it's about to get even better for the holidays. These Drops can also be bought using Call of Duty Points. Activision's gripping new title is an honest portrayal of World War II from the perspective of the famed 1st Infantry Division, with an ensemble cast of global and diverse characters. You step into the shoes of a young soldier who lands in Normandy on D-Day and must battle across Europe through iconic locations in history's most monumental war. Double XP playlists, new weapons (like the Gewehr 43, Sten, and the GPMG), and free supply drops with winter-themed loot are all included as well.

Winter Siege Supply Drops can be earned for free simply by playing Call of Duty: WWII during the event.

The Call of Duty WW2 Winter Siege seasonal event is scheduled to begin from Friday, December 8 and will run until Tuesday, January 2. During the Winter Siege event, all players will have access to Winter Carentan, a snow-covered winter themed version of the fan-favorite Carentan map, previously only available as reimagined Carentan to Season Pass owners. The classic Gun Game party mode will also return to the fold.

The popular shooter has sat on top of the United Kingdom sales charts for the last five weeks, and this fresh announcement comes along with a new trailer going over what the event has in store - introducing a few of the five new weapons you can unlock. In addition, the Headquarters social space will be "winterized" with a new Quartermaster character visiting the zone.

Captain Butcher will take the role of Quartermaster during the Winter Siege event.

In the social headquarters space, which is also getting a winter-themed makeover, a new quartermaster named Captain Butcher will be offering new and unique winter themed weapons and equipment as rewards for completing certain conditions and challenges during the event.

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