If you’ve been craving for more free content in Call of Duty: WWII then it sounds like you won’t have to wait too much longer. Pretty much fresh off the heels of the game’s Resistance Event at the end of February, developer Sledgehammer Games have begun to tease a brand new event coming to the first-person shooter soon, and this one seems to be themed around St. Patrick’s Day.
The news was teased on Call of Duty’s official Twitter account after it tweeted out a gif of Captain Butcher of the game’s Headquarters mode, dressed up in green and shamrock-inspired garb. You can, of course, check it out at the end of the article.
For those that don’t know, Captain Butcher is a character that visits the game’s Headquarters mode during in-game events like Winter Siege and The Resistance, and with St. Patrick’s Day coming this Saturday, we will probably hear more about this new event in the days to come.
In other Call of Duty: WWII news, last week the developer made two temporary game modes permanent, Prop Hunt and Gun Game, after it saw that the reception was through the roof.
Call of Duty: WWII was released on November 3, 2018, and is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC.
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