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Call Of Duty: WWII Uniforms Guide

Call Of Duty WWII Uniforms Guide
Want to find the best looking Uniforms? This Call Of Duty: WWII Uniforms Guide has pictures and details of all the different Uniforms you can currently unlock in the game through Supply Crates and the Collections desk.

Uniforms are special items that you can find in some Supply Crates or purchase with in-game currency at the Collections desk. Uniforms are exclusive to a specific Division, meaning Infantry Division soldiers cannot wear Airborne Division Uniforms and vice-versa. If you cannot figure it out, be sure to check out our guide on how to change uniforms.

Call Of Duty: WWII Uniforms Guide

That about wraps up our Call Of Duty: WWII Uniforms Guide. If you discover any we’ve missed please post a comment below and we’ll update the guide right away. Which one is your favorite?

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9 Comments

  1. Great guide, but, why did you use a “special helmet” when dispaying the outfits? The outfits you show are not complete without the helmets/caps and such of the original.

    1. That’s a very good point. I did the first half of screenshots, Mr. @JohnnyHurricane:disqus did the lower ones. It didn’t even cross my mind >.< Apologies

      However, if you look at all the other screenshots without the helmet on, there is still no helmet. I believe helmets are a different piece of equipment altogether.

      1. No problem. Without a helmet on is also an option in the “special helmets” menu. Most if not all uniforms have unique helmets/hats.

  2. How do I know which uniforms are associated with which divisions? I main the mountain division so I don’t want to waste my credits buying a uniform I can’t wear?

      1. Look at the armbands on each uniform. They have the division symbols on them. They should’ve made it a lot more obvious though.

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