What Would Have Made The Call Of Duty WW2 Campaign Better

What Would Have Made The Call Of Duty WW2 Campaign Better?

Call Of Duty WW2 Campaign  
Let me start by saying I do not think the campaign is bad at all. However, I just recently played through it for the second time on Xbox One X and I wanted to share a few of my thoughts on what I feel could have been added to make the campaign even more epic.
More Pierson
The most interesting character in Call Of Duty WW2 for me was Pierson. First time I played through the campaign, I was not sure what to think about him, even after the reveal of what really happened at the Battle of Kasserine. However, I really do think that delving into his backstory a bit more, even letting us play a flashback of the Battle of Kasserine would have been great.
More Stealth
A couple of sections let you play as someone else other than Daniels. Rousseau was a very intriguing character who was a French resistance fighter who lost her husband and son at the hands of the Nazi’s. You get to play with her as she infiltrates a Nazi stronghold and the whole level is full of tension and drama. I would have loved more of this, maybe a section playing as Zuss right at the end?
More Optional Objectives
One of the things that you can do in the Call Of Duty WW2 campaign is save a fallen soldier. Some levels have two, but it is usually three that you can drag to safety (which for some reasons makes the camera go to hell). I am not saying I would have liked more of this, but more optional objectives in general. There is another mission where you can decide to kill a certain Nazi official or you can not bother. I would have liked more things like this. Blow up that truck with supplies, take down that intelligence officer, save those men and so on.
In all the Call Of Duty WW2 campaign is one of the best the series has had in a while and even playing through it a second time was a lot of fun.

Does Call Of Duty WW2 Nazi Zombies Prove This Mode Needs Its Own Game?

Does Call Of Duty WWII Nazi Zombies Prove This Mode Needs Its Own Game  
It is pretty crazy to think of how basic the very first Call Of Duty Zombies mode was. Call Of Duty World At War basically saw you just defending your area from hordes of the undead. While this kind of gameplay mechanic has stuck with the series. It has progressed so much that many of us are looking as forward to the next installment of Call Of Duty Zombies as we are the full Call Of Duty game.
As you know, Call Of Duty WWII has Nazi Zombies and while I loved the campy and tongue in cheek style of Zombies In Space Land and the other expansions that were part of Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare. Call Of Duty WWII Nazi Zombies is perhaps the largest zombies mode in terms of its scope. The story is awesome, kind of like something you would actually see in a horror movie. Clearly, a ton of time was put into Nazi Zombies and I, along with many other people. Got more out of that story than the single player campaign that Call Of Duty WWII offered.
I think that it very well could be time for Call Of Duty Zombies to branch out and become its very own series. Some people may not be happy that a mode which was once a free addition to the main series is now its own thing. But if they went all out and stacked it with a really in depth story and other game modes. I feel that Call Of Duty Zombies could very well be its own franchise.

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