The Best Division in CoD WW2
There are five Divisions you can choose from in CoD WW2: Infantry, Airborne, Armored, Mountain, and Expeditionary. Trying to determine which is hands down the best Division will largely depend on your play style, of course, but we’ve picked out some Divisions from CoD WW2 that we think will help you have better performance in your multiplayer matches.
First off, the easiest Division for newer players in CoD WW2 is Infantry. Your soldier will come outfitted with decently-ranged rifles, as well as a bayonet that lets you do a deadly Bayonet charge for a lot of damage. Infantry rifles are easy to get used to, and they can be very powerful at both mid and close range. As you level this Division up in CoD WW2, you’ll gain access to a new ability that lets you move faster while aiming down sights so you’ll have more mobility. You’ll also get an additional primary attachment and magazine. For players who are just starting out in CoD WW2, or for those who aren’t too used to first-person shooters, the Infantry Division is an easy one to recommend.
Once you’ve gotten used to the style of the game and the way it handles, you can try the more advanced Divisions. Our favorite ones are Mountain and Airborne, and we’ve picked them out for different reasons.
The Mountain Division is one of the strongest ones in CoD WW2, and it’s perfect for players who like using sniper rifles. During multiplayer matches, enemy death locations won’t be revealed to the opposing team when you take them out, and you’ll be a lot harder to detect even when enemies have their crosshairs trained on you. Mountain characters also have aim assist, as well as the ability to have enemy names appear onscreen when they’re in your sights. Being able to detect enemies before they even know you’re nearby is a very deadly combination indeed.
If you’re not too keen on the sniper playstyle, though, you might have more fun with the Airborne Division in CoD WW2. I’ve found that the Airborne setup comes in extremely handy especially in War mode matches, when you have access to the smoke grenades. These can be used to provide cover for your allies as they try to build a bridge while under fire, or if you just want to confuse your enemies. You can take out enemies quietly with a Grease Gun, and you can move across terrain much quickly and efficiently with a longer sprint speed. Though the range on the SMGs isn’t ideal, they’re a good match for players who like confusing enemies and moving around the area swiftly.
The other two Divisions aren’t terrible, but from personal experience, they haven’t felt as effective as the ones we’ve listed so far. The Armored Division is geared more towards players who like the heavy hitters, while the Expeditionary Division is a good fit for players who like making things explode. Armored characters are a little harder to kill, but they’re also slow, and can be easily overpowered by a Mountain or Airborne character.
Ultimately, it comes down to your preferred play style when deciding on which is the best Division in CoD WW2. But to give you a head start, we recommend looking at Infantry, Mountain, and Airborne.
For more on CoD WW2, be sure to check out our ever-expanding wiki.