The creators of Call of Duty: WWII chose not to soften the tone of the game.
Before the premiere military shooter Call of Duty: WWII from Sledgehammer Games and Activision, is scheduled for November 3, month left, so the rating Board the Entertainment Software Rating Board has time to evaluate the game and decide for gamers what age it is suitable.
Fans of blood, realistic violence and foul language can be calm in the blockbuster Sledgehammer Games has it all. Therefore, according to the ESRB, the game should be allowed solely to persons older than seventeen.
Apparently, the creators of Call of Duty: WWII chose not to soften the tone of the game dedicated to one of the bloodiest conflicts in human history. So, according to the description from the ESRB in the course of the game you can easily see how the weapon was “cut off the head or other parts of the body, leaving blood spatter on the ground.” And battle “turbulent” accompanied by “realistic gunfire, cries of pain, and large explosions.”
Examples of violence are found in the cutscenes: the prisoner “shot in the head at close range”, the enemy soldiers prefer to “shoot not to be captured”.
Meanwhile, the co-founders of Sledgehammer Games, Michael Condry (Michael Condrey) and Glen Schofield (Glen Schofield) believe that Call of Duty: WWII — “the most significant” game of them all, what they were doing. And all because she has importance to a younger generation who now can, and already do not know or are not particularly aware of what the Second world war and how terrible it was.
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