Call of Duty: WWII

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  1. ensc

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    As most of you know, I'm not a big fan of COD and I blame the influence of the input of COD players for driving the changes to TF2 that make me not enjoy the game anywhere near as much as TF1.

    However, I may actually try the upcoming installment of the franchise, because this is one of the best trailers for a game I've seen in a awhile. There seems to be a rawness to it, a realisticness, to the point where you can feel the intenseness of being there. It also looks like they are being very wise by doing a nice blend of going back to their roots while at the same time incorporating strengths they've found along the way.
    http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2017/...t-multiplayer-shows-new-tricks-up-its-sleeve/
     
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  2. rainman0211

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    That does look like a really nice updated piece of work from when I was playing Call of Duty & Medal of Honor on Playstation. Looks like I may have to keep an eye (and an ear) out on this.
     
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  3. Laddie13

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    I'm one of the few who are not excited about the WWII setting. I'm not sure I want to go back, I like the faster paced movement and weapons of the last few COD games. I think a game like Infinite Warfare would have better been marketed as something other than COD. Activision, relies too much on the COD name, where had it been marketed as new IP, perhaps it would have done better. I actually enjoy COD Infinite Warfare, and the campaign was really good for a COD.

    With that being said, I will likely give WWII a try because I felt Sledgehammer game's COD Advanced Warfare has been the best the MP has been in awhile. I wouldn't say from the start but after a few patches, the lag, or netcode seemed to have improved. I'm hoping they do the same with WWII.
     
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  4. ensc

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    That sounds like it would have been a really good idea.

    I would almost love for Titanfall to be split in 2 in the future, like this:

    Titanfall - rock solid Multiplayer starting with TF1 as it's core, since it is the far superior multiplayer
    Frontier - rock solid Single Player (with 120 hours worth of playing time) with TF2 Single Player as it's core, since it was perfection and the best part of TF2

    Have 2 seperate teams working on those and release a new version of each every 2 years on an alternating cycle:
    March 2019 - Titanfall 3
    March 2020 - Frontier 2
    March 2021 - Titanfall 4
    March 2022- Frontier 3
    ...and so on
     
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  5. Ik0n88x

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    I'm really excited for WWII, hopefully Sledgehammer can pull it off as well as old Infinity Ward (*respawn*) did.
     
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  6. RottweilerluvNZ

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    WWII will be awesome, surely. Although I'd like to see it be like battlefield moreso withe the MP we will just have to go with the COD style of shooter. I have no doubt it will be cool, some of the vids of the beta or whatever they're playing (the unfinished versions) it looks really really good. Can't wait.