|Previous level||The Rhine|
|Game||Call of Duty: WWII|
|Character||Ronald "Red" Daniels|
|Team||1st Infantry Division|
|Place||Berga, Nazi Germany|
Port of Le Havre, France
|Date||April 4th, 1945|
May 30th, 1945
June 13th, 1945
"Epilogue" is the twelfth and final campaign level in Call of Duty: WWII. Unlike most missions, this mission is only playable after the player completes The Rhine, which automatically cuts to the Epilogue after the level's completion.
- Ronald "Red" Daniels (playable)
- Robert Zussman (W.I.A.)
- William Pierson
- Drew Stiles
- Frank Aiello
- Davis (cutscene only)
- Metz (K.I.A.)
- Hazel Daniels (cutscene only)
- Joseph Turner Daniels (cutscene only)
- Paul Thomas Daniels (gravestone, flashbacks, cutscene only)
The 1st Infantry Division have been liberating POW concentration camps since the capture of the Ludendorff Bridge and have received information on where Zussman had been held captive at a labor camp in Berga. Once they arrive at the small camp he was suggested to be held at, they uncover the grusome atrocities that Metz and his men have committed against the prisoners. Pierson finds a trail leading out of the camp, they realise the Nazis led the prisoners on a death march, leading Daniels, Pierson, Stiles and Aiello to head deep into the forest to find Zussman. Metz soon begins executing prisoners, the gunshots alerting Daniels to his position and runs to find him while have flashbacks of Paul Thomas Daniels. Daniels finds Metz throwing Zussman to the ground ready to execute him with his pistol, but Daniels shoots and kills him before he can fire his weapon. After killing Metz, Daniels heads toward Zussman, who is badly beaten and in poor health. Daniel helps Zussman up and the platoon leaves the forest carrying Zussman.
Not long after, the 1st Infantry Division returns back to France and Davis gives a speech to 1st Infantry Division unit. Daniels and say goodbye to others in his platoon and go their separate ways. He visits Zussman, who is at a military hospital and he thanks Daniels for saving his life and fulfills his promise on D-Day . Daniels makes it back home,tells that he has a different dream. and he is seen giving his Bronze Star to the tombstone of his older brother Paul in honor of his advice during his service. then hugging Hazel with their baby son, Joseph Turner Daniels, named after Daniels' field commander Joseph Turner.
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