Call of Duty: WWII’s St. Patrick’s Day event contains an actual leprechaun hunt

Call of Duty: WWII's St. Patrick's Day event contains an actual leprechaun hunt screenshot

Name of Responsibility: WWII’s new match is now are living. Operation: Shamrock and Awe started the day before today, runs till April, and includes a host of oddly juxtaposed Irish iconography, together with rainbows and a real leprechaun. This isn’t an early April Idiot’s gag.

The DLC contains new green-coloured weaponry and uniforms to be used in multiplayer mode in addition to quite a lot of leafed-clover motifs to brighten your clothes, weapons and base of operations. There also are themed charms and ammo sorts, in addition to the inclusion of two new weapons, the MG-38 and the MG-81.

No longer discussed within the trailer beneath is an precise leprechaun, who can also be discovered randomly speeding via maps within the sport’s multiplayer mode. Doing away with the creature rewards the participant with scorestreaks.

Additionally are living for Season Move holders, is new map Cargo 1944, which will likely be made to be had to all different gamers on March 16. A number of new weapon skins, charms, uniforms and emotes have additionally been added to the WWII shooter.

Operation Shamrock and Awe is are living in Name of Responsibility WWII now. The development ends April 3.

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