The subject of this article appeared in Call of Duty 2: Big Red One. The subject of this article appeared in Call of Duty 3. The subject of this article appeared in Call of Duty: World at War: Final Fronts. The subject of this article appears in Call of Duty: WWII
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The Nebelwerfer 41 (nicknamed "Screaming Mimis" by American soldiers) was a multiple-rocket launcher developed and fielded during World War II. It had six barrels that could fire explosive or chemical rockets and was truck-transportable. It appears in Call of Duty 2: Big Red One, Call of Duty 3, Call of Duty: World at War: Final Fronts and Call of Duty: WWII.

Call of Duty 2: Big Red One[edit | edit source]

"The German gun was nicknamed "Screaming Mimi" due to the screeching noise of the rounds. Each gun has five 160mm barrels."
— Description

The Nebelwerfer appears in Call of Duty 2: Big Red One. It is seen in Kasserine, being fired at Americans by the Germans using it.

They are later seen in Elmendorf Ridge, in which they are firing down on Roland Roger and other GIs around him. The whole level is made as an attempt getting rid of the "Screaming Mimis". Nebelwerfers are unusable by the player.


Call of Duty: 3[edit | edit source]

"Six-barreled rocket-launching artillery piece often referred to as "Screaming Mimis" by the allied soldiers it bombarded. It fires six 75 Ib 150mm rockets in ten seconds to a range of 4 miles."
— In-game description

The Nebelwerfer 41 is also seen many times throughout Call of Duty 3, in which they must be disabled or destroyed. They cannot be used by the player.



Call of Duty: World at War - Final Fronts[edit | edit source]

The Nebelwerfer 41 appears once in the game during the mission "The Rhine" where the player has to eliminate its crew to stop it.

Call of Duty: WWII[edit | edit source]

The Nebelwerfer 41 appears in Call of Duty: WWII, It is seen as a prop in the Aachen multiplayer map.

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