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New Call of Duty going back to WWII?

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#21 ChieftaiNZ


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Posted 16 June 2017 - 07:45 AM

If the game is good, I'll be able to look past it.

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Posted 16 June 2017 - 12:04 PM

If the game is good, I'll be able to look past it.

Mate I thought you were exaggerating, then I saw the trailer your talking about and it was getting a little annoying. Maybe it would depend if your team mates were picking female characters so might not be too bad? Just sounded a little off.
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Posted 19 June 2017 - 11:40 PM

Sledgehammer Games co-founder Michael Condrey said:


"swastikas will appear in Call of Duty: WW2's campaign, but won't be present in multiplayer."


"non-white male soldiers will be playable on the Axis side of multiplayer - despite this not being authentic to the time period."


"Call of Duty: WW2's campaign is about telling an authentic World War 2 story, whereas multiplayer is about putting the player's avatar, whatever it may be, inside a World War 2-themed shooter."


"The campaign in this game is about finding that line of quality entertainment with respect for the world's greatest conflict and the people who sacrificed and died"


"Multiplayer is about bringing a community together that enjoys playing Call of Duty. It's faster. There's a brutality to WW2 multiplayer that is different than the last few games we made, but we were able to take some creative liberties to make that an experience multiplayer fans really love."


"And Zombies gives us a tremendous amount of creative freedom. It also goes back to its roots of Nazi zombies, but with a Sledgehammer stamp and adrenaline-filled, gritty original story."



Edited by Outlaw213, 19 June 2017 - 11:42 PM.

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