Call of Duty: WWII's The Resistance DLC is now available to snap up for PC and Xbox One owners, publisher Activision has announced.

This latest batch of content for the acclaimed Nazi shooter was previously released on PS4 on January 31, as part of Sony and Activision's ongoing timed-exclusivity deal. However, it's now available to snap up for all other formats.

The Resistance focuses on a number of key locations during the latter stages of the Second World War, including Paris and Prague, adding three new multiplayer maps, the Nazi Zombies-focused Darkest Shore, plus the new War Mode, Operation Intercept.

Call of Duty: WWII is available now for PS4, PC, and Xbox One, and proved something of a critical and commercial rennasiance for the long-running first-person shooter franchise. The game dominated US game sales for 2017 and also gave the series its best launch figures in three years; it's also the first game in the series to take place in WWII since 2008.

This year's Call of Duty game will be handled by Treyarch, and is rumoured to be the fourth instalment in the Black Ops series. 

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