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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:03pm 04/05/17 | 4 Comments
Going back to World War II, the next Call of Duty is aiming to be a more somber and realistic game than the more recent superhero-like future entries. As to be expected with a game of this nature developer Sledgehammer Games has enlisted the help of a historian to ensure that the stories they tell can respectfully weave in and out of historic events.

In a new behind the scenes video we get to hear their thoughts on this approach and what players can expect to find in Call of Duty: WW2.

Thematic stuff aside its great to see that all the models in the game, from weapons to vehicles and even cars on the street have been accurately recreated in the game. And looking way better than the last time Call of Duty took place during this period.

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Latest Comments
Posted 08:50pm 05/5/17
Why do all war games have to be somber? War is hella fun. Especially when it's going your way!
Posted 10:35pm 05/5/17
i love it when they make the ww2 shooters super real. bring it on!
Posted 01:27am 06/5/17
Realistic by COD standards still isn't very realistic though, its like Michael Bay realism
Posted 09:25am 06/5/17
cod world at war was realistic enough khel
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