How Call of Duty: WW2 handles swastikas and female soldiers

By setting the next Call of Duty in World War 2, Activision charged the developers at Sledgehammer Games with coming up with a philosophy for dealing with Nazi iconography and the possibility of playing as non-German male soldiers when the game puts players on the Axis side in multiplayer.

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lociefer175d ago (Edited 175d ago )

"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," Condrey said. "We tell that narrative in a way we think honours the cause''
anyways, about the nazi zombies...

Pl4sm4175d ago

*zombie mecha hitler in which you fight by throwing quadrupple bacon cheeseburgers wrapped in the american flag*

ion666175d ago

I'm not reading that article but by title alone. I'd say poorly.

EazyC174d ago (Edited 174d ago )

PC culture ruins every art form, the black female soldiers absence of the swastika in WWII are just embarrassing reminders of that

XbladeTeddy174d ago

Why do developers still shy away from creating a campaign from the Axis perspective? Not all German soldier were Nazi's and not all German soldiers believed in the fight but had to either fight or die anyway.

automatiic174d ago

"How Call of Duty: WW2 Handles Swastikas and Female Soldiers"

Here we go again. The bullshit PC culture is re-writing history. Liberalism is a disease.