This is Mack, for Pixel Enemy, here with some helpful hints for those who want to dominate in Call of Duty: WWII’s War mode. Let’s jump right in with the pre-game preparations. Though you may have a favorite Division, weapon, perk, and equipment, you *need* to be able to adapt to the situation by having multiple classes at the ready. For example, during the bridge fight on Operation Breakout, the attacking side will want to be using smoke grenades to hide themselves as they do repairs. If you don’t use smoke, then you’ll likely get shot by a sniper. The defending side will also want to be switching between long-range and close-range weapons as the match progresses. If you’re using the same class throughout the entire match, then you’re doing it wrong! There are no scorestreaks in the War mode. Instead, the game grants you additional support as the match goes on. On Operation Breakout, Defenders will get flamethrower drops, while attackers will get to use a tank. You’ll also want to pay attention to your surroundings, as many walls can be blown up (and patched back up) and mounted guns can be built.

New routes created by dynamite, or well-placed suppressive fire can help turn the tide of battle and contribute to a win. With enemies often having to hunker down and concentrate their fire towards to your spawn, you’ll often see a chance as an attacker to outmaneuver and flank them. This can be huge for quickly wiping out a wave of bad guys and getting your team near the objective. As spawns don’t flip, enemies usually won’t be expecting an attack from their rear. Use that to your advantage and punish them nicely! There’s already a three-second delay between dying and respawning. You don’t want to be wasting any more time in getting back to the objective. Move as quickly as possible. Skip that killcam, switch to your pistol to run a bit faster, and keep on pushing.

With that said, if you’re the only person about to try and take the objective, sometimes it’s wise to wait a moment or two for your teammates to catch up. If multiple enemies are waiting for you to pop your head out, it might be better to join forces with teammates to increase your chances of winning the fight. Also, to minimize frustration, I’d recommend playing with friends for this mode. Communication is pretty key here! And so those are five tips to help you dominate in Call of Duty: WWII’s War mode. If you’ve got any hints of your own, bang them down in the comments.

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