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I'm cancelling my pre-order. I was going to say, we knew that they would be in the SP for a while now so this isn't shocking. You say that sarcastically like it doesn't matter but how can you have a game about Nazis without the swastika?

That's like having a game about Canada without maple leaves. Interesting turn with the POW scene, did not expect that. Looks gritty, intense, and heart wrenching.

Can't wait for it. Depends on which kind of controversy we're talking about. I wouldn't want devs to start squeezing in "gritty violent scenes" just to say they did it.

It's "Call of duty ilona sexy" much of a shock value factor that eventually leaves no impression in the players. I mean, they did that with No Russian and the random little girl scene in MW3. COD's already started the controversial cramming. I don't think they would remove swastikas from the multiplayer, get black Call of duty ilona sexy female soldiers all to NOT cause controversy and give in to the horrible PC culture that is going on I dunno, it seems to be taking it seriously, and it's historically accurate.

Jewish POWs were sent to camps and usually swallowed by the holocaust. Sledgehammer showed us they know how to make some sexy visuals and a nice campaign to go with it back in AW had some amazing cutscenes.

You wish the pre-rendered scenes were using the game engine. Fancy stuff that I don't think any game can actually do without requiring a hell of a beast PC. It looks like one of the story lines is that one of the guys is taken because he's Jewish and the other "friends" try and find him?

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Did anyone else get that vibe? Don't get me wrong, I love knowing that a game will take me through all these historical locations but the fact that the trailer mainly focused on the characters rather than locations makes it seem like they're sticking with Call of duty ilona sexy "brotherhood" theme rather than "ooh Call of duty ilona sexy at all these battle-ridden field renders we made".

My guess is he and others from the division will be taken prisoner somewhere in the middle of the game and the few final missions will be about them rescuing them. I think the bridge they reference could be Ludendorff bridge in Remagen. I remember a leak that mentioned that there'll be a mission where you had to infiltrate the enemy lines by blending in with the German soldiers. GameInformer mentioned that mission in one of their articles, but it was said you play as Rousseau the French Resistance lady in that mission.

It makes sense too, since pre-release intel about Rousseau included falsified ID paper with a German name given to her. Well, what I find really odd is how they have such extreme detail to the visuals in general, yet the German uniforms look completely off.

Like, there is practically not one thing correct about the SS Officer's uniform the antagonist in the trailer I still can't get over how amazing Kevin Spacey's performance was back in AW. The performance was good but the overall campaign was rather medicore imho, despite the great cutscenes. I thought it was well written and loved Kevin Spacey there, but it was filled with cliches and forgettable missions.

I agree some missions were cliche, but as far as I'm concerned they did their job really damn well. Excellent graphics, story telling, acting, and the plot was at its worst, "good". It seems just my opinion for sure but it's definitely in my top 5 cod campaigns, with the first being mw2 and followed closely Call of duty ilona sexy infinite warfare. AW campaign overall was solid IMO, but its character usage was stupidly bad.

And because of Mitchell's lack of dialogue, the game became pretty much the "Gideon and Irons" show near the end.

You can't tell me 2: Trailer looks great, I'm super excited. Im a huge Bafflefield fan, but I also enjoy CoD and know both games have their unique characteristics. As much as I hate seeing all the people freak out over it, you have a point. It's intimidating for sure. I didn't really enjoy the multiplayer beta, but I'll be honest, that was a great looking trailer. The trailer was fantastic and might justify me buying this game, but god damnit can't you find a guy who actually speaks German Call of duty ilona sexy play the Germans?

Also it's not "Bitte schiessen", it's "Bitte nicht schiessen", except of course he's suicidal. Same goes to the german voice actor in the multiplayer, he speaks english with a lame german accent while fighting on the german side. I have a lot of friends that are German, however, and they have told me "Call of duty ilona sexy" the German language during the war was slightly different than the German language spoken currently.

Not a great difference, but just the same as how the English-American diction language during this time was different thatn what is currently spoken. The example they gave me was, currently, a Call of duty ilona sexy of "supa zupa Deutschland" would have been "Siege Deutschland" Call of duty ilona sexy in that time, but is not said currently because of the connotation with the phrase. Please tell me if I am mistaken on this, as I really, honestly, do not know, but you seem to be more informed than I.

Both sentences are so completely wrong that as a native German speaker I have no idea what German sentences they could possibly resemble. You have to take into account, it's a German officer speaking to Americans who do not know German. So that might come into play. I can't imagine them not using their huge budget to its full extent. I feel that anyone who think they mp was boring in the beta are just burnt out on fps games in general and cannot really be pleased at this point.

The beta was incredibly boring. But it's boots on the ground so that must mean we have to justify every person's criticism of the game, right? The guns don't feel satisfying to use. I don't enjoy the map design, flow of the game, or the streaks. The new "create-a-class," feels less like progression in development and more like a heavy-handed nod to old-school Call of duty ilona sexy. The weapon balance will undoubtedly Call of duty ilona sexy from beta to release but that was another thing I didn't Call of duty ilona sexy very much.

I intend to get the game's full release as I almost always do with the franchise. There are a lot of fantastic things in WWII and there are also a lot of things that require tinkering. It doesn't feel, like another user said, "immersive," in the least.

It feels like a desperate ploy by Activision to pull back old fans by throwing everything classic at the fans. That's my take on it. This looks like it could be one of the best CoD campaigns since BO2.

Looks authentic and visceral. High stakes story of course, because it's World War 2 with great characters and actors behind them. After this and the zombies trailer, I may spend more time outside MP this time around than in any previous CoD title.

No, but if anyone wants to pay me for saying it, I'll gladly sell out. For the record, I found the MP to be less exciting based on beta than any of the last 4 CoDs I've played, Call of duty ilona sexy my excitement is more to do with finally feeling the hype after this trailer than being a generic CoD fanboy. Haha don't worry, my comment was a joke, it's just that the devs used the word 'visceral' an absurd amount of times in their PR campaign to the point it's become sort of a meme.

Wish I could say it was, but no. I don't know MW that well. Only played the campaign for the first time this past year. Haven't played IW yet because I was burned out on the futuristic stuff but yeah the MW trilogy was great, especially the second one had the most entertaining campaign in my opinion.

It's all opinion, but I didn't love it. It was better, I'd say, than BO3. About on par with Ghosts for me. I tried really hard to like it, but end of the day, it was just poorly told. I even read the Black Ops comic they put out hoping it would inform the campaign somewhat, and it did nothing.

I'll be honest with you, I was sceptical about WW2 but after this trailer, holy shit.

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No censoring, jewish pow and swastikas. MP was great on console. Also the beta will be open and free for everyone on PC. It starts on September You should try it.

Yeah I'll definitely try that. At least now I can try beta by myself. Wait, Call of duty ilona sexy they put holocaust in the game?

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This campaign is gonna be dark and i'm already loving it. Maybe we can get the Pacific Theater in a future CoD game. WaW had a rather boring campaign, especally the Pacific missions reznov made the other half entertaining. call Call of duty ilona sexy duty advanced warfare ilona.

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