Video Game: A serious series

Jalin Washington, Staff Writer

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The Call Of Duty series is a popular first-person shooter franchise, created by Infinity Ward and Activision, that was first introduced October 29, 2003. The most recent version, the fourteenth of the series, is called Call of Duty: World War II and it came out on November 3, 2017.

In the game there are colored men hanging on trees and I wondered why. I found out it was because the player is reliving the moments in war. One part of the game shows the soviet campaign vs. the American campaign. The story follows Red Daniels and his squad. Red grew up on a farm “and his journey is one of personal growth that takes us through some of the most dramatic and iconic moments of the war. He is a young recruit who is seeing his first real combat during the invasion of Normandy. While the main story will follow Red, you will play as a few other characters Red encounters, including a female French resistance fighter named Rousseau,” according to the blog at https://blog.eu.playstation.com.

The blog goes on to share that “one of the most exciting new modes in multiplayer experience is War Mode. War Mode was to create new ways to immerse players in iconic, PVP WW2 battles. War Mode is just that, a narrative based mode where Allied and Axis soldiers clash in team-driven assault & defend gameplay in the fight for strategic objectives.”

There are games scheduled to come out annually for the next three years. For more information, you can visit the blog or play for yourself. If you’ve followed the series, you know how much fun it can be.

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