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New Call Of Duty: WW2 Teaser Site May Contain Zombies Clues

Activision has launched a new teaser site for Call of Duty: WWII--and it might contain clues about the military game's Zombies mode or something else.
As discovered by CharlieIntel, entering the code "IUFDJ BHLOP JMUBA" at the page here unlocks some images. One of the images shows the Roman emperor Frederick Barbarossa, while the other is Raphael's Portrait of a Young Man. The Barbarossa reference might be related to Operation Barbarossa, which was the name for Hitler's plan to take over the Soviet Union in 1941. It's not clear what the Raphael reference might be related to, but it's pretty interesting to think about.
The images are tagged with "zombies," according to CharlieIntel, so it's a good guess that these images are related to the Zombies mode.
Additionally, coordinates posted on the teaser site lead to Dunkirk. This is most definitely a reference to the Battle of Dunkirk in 1940. This is also the basis for the new Christopher Nolan movie Dunkirk.
Activision has confirmed that Call of Duty: WWII will have a Zombies mode. All we know so far is that it will offer an "entirely new story and a pretty horrifying experience," and it will tell "the story of the Third Reich's desperate attempt to create an army in the final stages of the war."
Call of Duty: WWII launches on November 3 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. For more on the game, check out all of GameSpot's written and video content here.

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