The New ‘Call Of Duty: WWII’ Has A Hidden Feature That Lets You Play 80’s Retro Activision Games

by 3 years ago
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The all new Call of Duty: WWII came out last week. This was one of the most highly anticipated video game releases in 2017 and it has been blowing fans away. One of the features that can be found within Call of Duty: WWII is ‘R&R’ or ‘rest and relaxation’.

In WWII, R&R was a wildly necessary respite to recharge a soldier’s batteries, let his mind rest, and try to block out the horrors of war. A lot of players might look past the R&R section in Call of Duty: WWII (Buy On Amazon Today, but they shouldn’t. It’s actually loaded with vintage/retro 80’s video games from Activision.

There are 15 vintage Activision games found in Call of Duty: WWII‘s R&R section including Kaboom, Pitfall II, Barnstorming, Boxing, Chopper Command, Cosmic Commuter, Demon Attack, Enduro, Fishing Derby, Grand Prix and more!

VentureBeat released this YouTube clip showcasing the vintage games and gameplay that can be found within Call of Duty: WWII:

Twitter’s been really into this gameplay:

Is this reason enough to purchase Call of Duty: WWII if you haven’t already? Honestly, maybe. I’m not a big CoD guy but I was still considering purchasing it. This actually tips the scales for me and I think I’ll make the purchase this weekend. If you’re planning on buying Call of Duty: WWII but haven’t yet then you can purchase it from Amazon today for Xbox and PlayStation.

[h/t VentureBeat]



 
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