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17 July 2017, 02:31 | Jodi Jackson
WWII, David Tennant and Elodie Yung will join John Malkovich, Jeff Goldblum, Heather Graham, Ron Perlman, and many more in the fine tradition of hamming it up in the zombies mode.
Activision is not quite happy with the outcome and is aggressively taking down all the leaked versions of the game. We're treated us to numerous gruesome images of some sort of Nazi bunker, accompanied by voiceover by a mysterious mad scientist type, who claims to have created a zombie "Fourth Reich". You've seen the creator's pleas, there's only a few days before the full, finished Comicon reveal at the end of the week; you've made a choice and who am I to judge.
It seems like it's a darker take on Zombies than recent ones by Infinity Ward and Treyarch, which is not that surprising once you consider that Sledgehammer Games has been founded by former Dead Space developers at Visceral Games. Both Sledgehammer and Sledgehammer's boss and co-founder Glen Schofield have taken to Twitter to express their disappointment. Hang tight, it'll be worth it! Do you look at leaks, or wait for the real thing?
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