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Call of Duty: WW2's third DLC pack marches to Stalingrad

World at war.

Activision has announced Call of Duty: WW2's third DLC pack - United Front.

United Front, which comes out on 26th June on PlayStation 4 ahead of other platforms, includes three new multiplayer maps: Stalingrad, Market Garden and Monte Cassino.

There's also a new War Mode mission called Operation Supercharge, which sees you push across North Africa, and a new Nazi Zombies experience that stars four new heroes who are sent across three locations to transport and defend the final pieces of Emperor Barbarossa's sword.

The Stalingrad map is based on the largest confrontation in World War 2 history, and features two main bases located on opposite sides of the city.

Market Garden takes place in an Allied mansion base set in the Netherlands as Operation Market Garden, one of the largest airborne operations in the European Theatre, rages in the background.

Monte Cassino is set in a war-torn village nestled below a mountaintop monastery as part of the Italian campaign.

The War Mode mission, Operation Supercharge, is named after the Second Battle of El Alamein, during which Field Marshal Montgomery and the Allies pushed the Germans and Italians to retreat from their last significant defensive position in southern Tunisia.

In the mission, the Allies airdrop into Tunisia (based on the trailer below you can shoot enemies while you do this) and push into a Nazi-occupied village to capture key supplies before blowing up a bridge. The final stage of the mission involves capturing entrenched Axis fortifications.

A fourth and final DLC pack is planned for Call of Duty: WW2 at some point in 2018.

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