The first holiday event for Call of Duty WW2 is set to kick off on December 8th, 2017.
Although I admit I'm not a terribly great shot, nor teammate, in straight up online multiplayer first-person shooters, I found myself dialing in big time when checking out Call of Duty WWII earlier in the year.
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Winter Carentan, a festive version of the classic map Carentan, will be available for all players throughout this seasonal event. Winter Siege also brings back Gun Game for a limited time. This beloved mode makes its Call of Duty: WWII debut during the second week of the event as part of a non-stop schedule of special 2XP playlists, delivering a ideal way for players to take a variety of weapons out for a spin and keep their opponents guessing.
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Winter Siege Supply Drops can be purchased with real-world money, or earned in-game by playing. It will run from December 15 to 21 as part of the 2XP playlist and as part of the Winter Carentan moshpit playlist from December 29 to January 2. Instead, players can unlock a free variant of each weapon through Special Orders from Major Howard.
Additionally, the fan-favorite game mode Gun Game will be featured in WWII during the Winter Siege event. Plus, log in each week to receive a free gift and learn about all the other ways to earn Winter Supply Drops.More news: Kate McKinnon does a spot-on Gal Gadot impression for Jimmy Fallon
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