Call of Duty Wiki
Call of Duty Wiki
The subject of this article appears in Call of Duty: WWII

"Extremely versatile, the Infantry Division is equipped for mid to long range rifle engagements and up-close-and-personal bayonet charges."
— Infantry Division description.[1]

The Infantry Division is a division featured in the multiplayer of Call of Duty: WWII. It serves as the division for foot soldiers in battle, providing training for the use of a Bayonet as well as the use of a bayonet charge in battle. Soldiers enlisted in the Infantry Division are specialised to use assault rifles, and are issued an M1 Garand, 1911 and Mk 2 Fragmentation Grenades. The Infantry Division is lead by Captain John P. Andrews.


In the multiplayer, the Infantry Division can be unlocked permanently from the start when the player chooses their first division. Otherwise, the player will need to use an Unlock Token to access the division. Previously, using the Infantry Division, the player would grant access to a bayonet, placed upon all assault rifles, including those picked up during a match. The bayonet attachment is now available on all assault rifles , requiring a attachment slot.

Previously ,as the player leveled up their division, they will gain access to a third attachment on their primary weapon, faster movement speed whilst aiming down the sights, and extra ammunition for both weapons. When the division is prestiged, the player is awarded the SVT-40 rifle, as well as the Scoped Basic Training.


After the Divisions Update

Infantry Level Unlock
Infantry I Additional Primary Attachment
Infantry II Second Pistol Attchment & swap weapons faster
Infantry III When aiming down sights, have less idle sway
Infantry IV Move faster while aiming 

Before the Divisions Update

Infantry Level Unlock
Infantry I Rifle Bayonet
Infantry II Additional Primary Attachment
Infantry III Extra magazines
Infantry IV Move significantly faster while aiming down sights


Infantry Prestige Unlock
Infantry Prestige I SVT-40 + Scoped Basic Training
Infantry Prestige II Epic Infantry Prestige 2 Calling Card
Infantry Prestige III Epic US Infantry II Uniform
Infantry Prestige IV "S.O.L" Epic SVT-40





  • At the end of the briefing, it is stated that the perk "Infantryman III" would grant players the ability to put two extra attachments on their primary weapon and one attachment on their secondary. This was not kept in the final version of the game, being replaced by the Primed basic training and the default attachment number for secondaries.
    • Also at the end of the video, the cut basic training Steady can be found listed.
  • The Infantry Division insignia is available as a default Emblem, and featured in two calling cards. It can also be seen on a satchel inside an open supply drop.