5 Things to Do After Beating Call of Duty WWII
Having bested the Nazis and made it home safe to your wife, you are probably wondering what else lies in store for you in Call of Duty: WWII. Well, like every game in the Call of Duty series, COD: WWII features a ton of content for fans to sink their teeth into post-campaign. Like I do, I thrown together a list of 5 things to do after beating Call of Duty WWII. Check it out below.
Replay the Campaign on Veteran Difficulty
Call of Duty games are notoriously easy on their lower settings, but can put up a challenge on Veteran. If you are feeling confident and feel like the game hasn’t challenged you, consider giving it a run through on the Veteran difficulty. In this mode, enemies hit harder, have better accuracy, and shortened reaction speeds. Completing Call of Duty: WWII on the Veteran difficulty, nets you the Distinguished Service achievement.
Grab Any Missed Collectibles
There are a total of 33 Mementos to collect across all 11 campaign maps in Call of Duty: WWII. Some of these collectibles are a pain to find and were most likely missed in a first playthrough. Use this guide to help you grab all 33 Mementos relatively easily and earn yourself the Pieces of History achievement.
Complete Achievement Challenges
Alongside the collectibles are a number of challenge achievements. These achievements range from the simple (use various squad abilities x number of times), to the more difficult (any of the stealth requirements). Having completed the game once, you will have a far better chance of completing these versus attempting them blind.
Let’s be real, if you are playing the campaign of Call of Duty: WWII, chances are the PvP holds little interest to you. With that being said, there is quite a lot of new and interesting additions to this year’s version of COD, which you may like to explore. The HQ itself should at least be explored to see the Destiny-ification of COD (kidding). Seriously though, there’s a whole ton of multiplayer action to be experienced here, so why not jump in?
Kill a Ton of Nazi Zombies
If PvP aint your thing, try taking a crack at the Nazi Zombies mode in Call of Duty: WWII. In this mode, you can play with either friends or solo, as you attempted to survive wave upon wave of Nazi Zombie attacks. This mode is so popular there is an entire YouTube ecosystem built on every minute detail in this mode. If you want a break from the Campaign, but don’t want to venture into the online arena, Nazi Zombies is the ideal mode for you. You can also play as Ving Rhames which is pretty sweet.