The United States Army used Indian Scout 741B motorcycles throughout The Second

World War for various purposes, and Indian Motorcycle has worked closely with

Activision to give players a dose of realism by adding the bike in the video game realm.

Developed by Sledgehammer Games, Call of Duty: WWII returns the blockbuster video

game franchise to its historical roots in an epic, gritty experience that defines World

War II for a new gaming generation. And the addition of the Scout 741B proves the

studio’s attention to details.

 

But that’s not all as CoD and Indian Motorcycle fans from the U.S., Germany, France,

and Australia, will have a chance to win a modified Call of Duty limited edition modern

Indian Scout designed to look like the old war bike.

 

One special bike will be reserved for each mentioned country, every one of them coming

with the period-correct hand-painted Olive Drab, weathered leather, and custom

components like saddlebags, a fork-mounted toolbox, fender ammo boxes, and many other.

Details to enter the competition can be obtained by visiting GameStop (USA),JBHIFI

(Australia), MediaMarkt (Germany), and Amazon (France). The promotion was valid until

November 7th.

 

In single-player mode, Call of Duty: WWII tells the story of a young recruit in the U.S.

First Infantry Division who experiences combat for the first time on D-Day. After surviving

the horror on the beaches of Normandy, he and his squad will have to fight their way across

Europe, engaging the enemy in other iconic locations like the Hurtgen Forest, and the Battle

of the Bulge, all the way into Germany.

 

As with other modern shooters, CoD: WWII features a robust multiplayer component so

prepare for fast-paced action with an arsenal of iconic weapons and equipment to use

against other players online.

 

 

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