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Call of Duty: WWII Divisions

Airborne, Mountain, Infantry, Armored, Expeditionary, Resistance: Which one will you enlist in?


WWII Divisions


When you first jump into multiplayer in Call of Duty: WWII, you'll be asked to enlist your soldier in one of six Divisions. Progressing through a Division unlocks special perks, some that are available with Basic Training skills and some that are only available when using a Division. For example, after reaching Airborne I, your Airborne Division soldier will be able to fire weapons while sprinting and diving. Before reaching Airborne I or when using any other Division, you must equip the Gunslinger Basic Training skill. Conversely, if you want to add a fourth attachment to your Primary weapon, you must reach Infantry I and run the Infantry Division, as there is no Basic Training skill for this perk.

You're not bound to the first Division you choose. Divisions can be opened up with Unlock Tokens, allowing you to experiment with different weapons and playing strategies. You'll get to pick one of your unlocked Divisions before the start of every match, and you can change Divisions within a match.

You can also Prestige a Division after completing Level 4. Prestiging a Division unlocks a new Basic Training skill and a classified weapon.






Division Training

  1. Additional Primary Attachment
  2. Second Pistol Attachment and swap weapons faster
  3. Less idle sway while aiming down sights
  4. Move faster while aiming down sights

As the tip of the spear, the Infantry Division caters to soldiers who are adept at engaging the enemy at any range. Progression leads to extra attachment slots, steadier aim, and faster movement while aiming.






Division Training

  1. Fire guns while sprinting and diving
  2. Reload while sprinting
  3. Climb over obstacles faster and take no damage from falling
  4. Sprint faster over time

Airborne soldiers are the first on the fight and are trained in sprinting and mantling skills, making your soldier the most agile on the battlefield.






Division Training

  1. Take significantly less explosive and fire damage
  2. Immune to Shell Shock and Tactical Equipment
  3. Increased bullet penetration through surfaces
  4. Greatly reduced flinch when shot

Soldiers who want to take on an entire army by themselves might lean toward the Armored Division. Training compliments the Division's namesake, as your soldier will be able to withstand non-ballistic elements.






Division Training

  1. Invisible to enemy Recon Aircraft and player-controlled Scorestreaks
  2. Killed enemy death locations hidden
  3. No name or reticle change when enemies aim at you
  4. Silent movement

If you prefer to remain hidden but deadly from long ranges, the Mountain Division is for you. Division progression will train your soldier to remain silent and cloaked from the enemy.






Division Training

  1. Double Lethal + Tactical and enhanced equipment use
  2. Munitions replenish from killed enemies and over time
  3. Improved Tacticals and easier to destroy War buildables
  4. Equipment damage paints enemies on mini-map

Only the most skilled close-quarters soldiers should join the Expeditionary Division. Specializing in sabotage and covert operations, your soldier becomes an expert in carrying, finding, and handling Tactical and Lethal equipment.






Division Training

  1. Mini-map indicator and scrambler of close hostiles
  2. Enemy movements are easier to hear
  3. Kills and assists grant Intel Pings of nearby enemies
  4. Easier to spot targets and increased mini-map coverage

The Resistance is always in search of new recruits to rise up against the enemy. Division progression makes your soldier more stealthy and clever.


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