Call of Duty: WWII changes the tried and true shooter's formula in a lot of ways and the new War mode is absolutely excellent.
David Jagneaux is the Games Editor at UploadVR, a virtual-reality focused gaming site. He has written for many gaming sites including IGN, Polygon, Motherboard, and Gamecrate, as well as other mainstream publications including Playboy and Vice. He is the author of The Ultimate Roblox Book: An Unofficial Guide.
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