First DLC to Call of Duty: WWII, which introduces three standard maps for multiplayer, another operation for the module War (with the new arena) and the second chapter of Nazi Zombies. Due to the fact that it is a dependency add-on, it requires the basic version of the game to work.
The Resistance is the title of the first extension to Call of Duty: WWII, for which the authors of the basic version of this production, ie the Sledgehammer Games studio, are working on it. DLC went, among other things, to the Windows PC platform.
Call of Duty: WWII - The Resistance introduces three new multiplayer maps, namely Anthropoid (located in Czechoslovak Prague), Occupation (embedded in Paris) and Valkyrie (located in the Masurian forests of East Prussia). In addition, the add-on brings another operation to the War - Operation Intercept mode takes us to the outskirts of the French town of Saint-Lô, and by advocating the Allies we get the task of saving the members of the resistance movement who are transported by train.
The novelty is closed by a new chapter to the Nazi Zombies module, called The Darkest Shore. His action begins a few days after the events that took place in the Bavarian city of Mittelburg - the four main characters (namely Marie, Drostan, Jefferson and Olivia) set off on a small islet in the north of Germany, hoping to confront Doctor Peter " Glucksbringer "Straub. The fact is complicated by the fact that his hideout is protected by the living corpses, the air force and the navy.
The Resistance is a non-dependent add-on, so it requires the basic version of the game to work. The appendix does not introduce changes in the audio-visual layer Call of Duty: WWII.