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With the World at War, Activision's veteran military first-person shooter series heeds a call to return to its WWII roots. Built on the Call of Duty 4 engine, World at War aims to bring Modern Warfare's sharp graphics, chaotic battlefield environments, and tense shooter action back to the World War II setting in which the series earned its stripes.
As (at least) the fourth original console and home computer Call of Duty title set during World War II, World at War offers an expanded selection of era-authentic infantry and vehicle weapons, as well as the tactics that go with them, such as using flamethrowers to burn away camouflaging cover and expose hidden enemies. The Final Fronts PS2 version of the game features its own storyline and mission progression.
Call of Duty: World at War — Final Fronts players take the role of a United States Marine in the Pacific, a British Airborne officer on the Rhine, and an 80th Infantry soldier in Bastogne, to face an onslaught of deadly new techniques, including brutal guerrilla warfare, deadly booby traps, and unrelenting Banzai Charge attacks. ~ T.J. Deci, All Game Guide