It’s so fun and well crafted that you want to play Call of Duty WWII Switch just for that. The main theme of this game is the Nazi Zombies. The classic German mad scientist has transformed the corpses of Nazi soldiers into undead of various kinds, and the players, in a team of four, will have to hold off increasingly complex waves of hellish creatures. There is no shortage of weapons of various kinds to unlock thanks to the points earned.
Also available are perks to enhance armor, weapons, or damage in close combat, gates or other barriers to build or open always thanks to the accumulated points, and the many other features that have made this mode famous. To further embellish it there is the general atmosphere that reigns, far from carefree and therefore very different from the one proposed last year.
Thanks to the dark environments, the comments of the characters involved, and the zombies themselves, we constantly have to deal with a degree of tension much higher than what we expected. So yes, Call of Duty WWII Switch is fun and long-lived at the right point. The technical sector is excellent and well-kept, which required a long and careful study by Sledgehammer Games, as well as the overall balance of the weapons of the multiplayer mode.