Call of Duty: WWII’s release date is less than a month away, and developer Sledgehammer Games is revealing new content. The company has now unveiled a new multiplayer map and mode you’ll be able to play on November 3.
The new mode is called Gridiron, and it’s inspired by Sledgehammer Games Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s Uplink mode. This time, however, you’ll be carrying and throwing an old leather football to suit the WWII setting. Not many details about Gridiron are currently known, but we do have this screenshot from studio head Michael Condrey which can be seen below.
The studio head noted in a recent statement to Charlie Intel that the new London based map is one of the favourites at Sledgehammer Games. The name of the map actually turned up in the recent huge Call of Duty: WW2 leak. It was referred to as London Docks in the game files, howeverh it’s not clear if this is going to end up being the official name.
Call of Duty: WWII will be available in less than a month — on November 3. Stay tuned for the latest news leading up to launch.