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To Me, the Best Christmas Gift Is Call of Duty WW II

Updated on October 24, 2019
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Kenneth is a rural citizen of Hamilton, Ala., and has begun to observe life and certain things and people helping him to write about them.


If The Truth Be Told About

the definite World War II Campaign - Call of Duty WW II®: WWII, tells of the video collection of W.W. II “missions” presents the unbreakable brotherhood of common men fighting to save freedom in a world on the rim of tyranny. Amateur gamers enlist in a sweaty, tough journey through the battlegrounds of war on the massive stage of the world.

The design of the Call of Duty WW II® goes to its origin with Call of Duty WW II®: WWII—a breath-taking suspenseful experience that redesigns World War II for a new gaming age. Land in Normandy on historic D-Day and battle in and throughout the nation of Europe throughout the iconic locations in history’s most monumental war. Experience classic Call of Duty WW II combat, the bonds of camaraderie, and the unforgiving nature of war against a global power throwing the world into tyranny.

The video game, Call of Duty WW II®: WWII creates the definitive World War II next generation experience across three different game modes: Campaign, Multiplayer, and Co-Operative. Featuring stunning visuals, the Campaign transports players to the European theater as they engage in an all-new Call of Duty WW II® story set in iconic World War II battles. Multiplayer marks a return to original, boots-on-the ground Call of Duty WW II game play. Authentic weapons and traditional run-and-gun action immerse you in a vast array of World War II–themed locations. The Co-Operative mode unleashes a new and original story in a stand alone game experience full of unexpected, adrenaline-pumping moments.

The Very-Popular

Call of Duty WW II is a very realistic, one-person shooter video franchise published by Activision. Beginning in 2003, Call of Duty WW II first focused on games that were written in World War II, but over a period of time, the series has seen games shown in modern eras, the middle of the Cold War the futuristic worlds, and outer space regions Games were first designed and created by Infinity War then also by Thearchregions and Sledgehammer Games. To the discerning video gamers, several spin-off and hand-held games were developed by other designers. The most -recognized title,Call of Duty: W.W. II;: Black Ops 4 released Oct. 12, 2018. Followed by, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, which will be released on Oct. 25, 2019.

The series first focused on the W.W. II settings, with Infinity Ward creating the first (2003) and second (2005) names in the sequence and Treyarch designed the third (2006).Call of Duty: W.W. II, Modern Warfare (2007) revealed a new, realistic modern setting, and proved, without a doubt, to be the best-working title for the series, making the Modern Warfare sub-series. The game's legacy also influenced the creation of a remastered version, released in 2016. Two other entries, Modern Warfare 2 (2009) and 3 (2011), were created. The sub-stories received a soft-reboot with Modern Warfare in 2019. Infinity Ward have also designed two games outside of the realm of Modern Warfare sub-stories, Ghosts (2013) and Infinite Warfare (2016). Treyarch designed one last World War II-based game, World at War (2008), prior to releasing Black Ops (2010) and subsequently designing the Black Ops sub-stories. Three other titles, Black Ops II (2012), III (2015), and 4 (2018), were manufactured. Sledgehammer Games, who were co-designers for Modern Warfare 3, have also created two titles, Advanced Warfare (2014) and WWII (2017).

On Feb. 2016, the series has sold way beyond 250 million copies. Looking at all the sales of all the Call of Duty WW II games, it is fair to say that this game topped US tallies of $15 billion.Other products in the collection included a line of action figures that were created by Plan-B Toys, a card game made by Upper Deck Company, Mega Bloks sets by Mega Brands, and a comic book mini-story that was published by WildStorm Productions.

The Real Reason Why I

became so interested in the wonderful game of Call of Duty WW II was because of one thing: interest. Not only in the pride of telling my friends that I actually owned a Call of Duty WW II video game, and it was not long until my friends began to show-up one-by-one until I had an entire crew of good friends who not only wanted to watch my Call of Duty WW II, but began to beg to play this game that was taking the country by fire. I was now one of the hordes of people who owned a Call of Duty WW II.

Not that I am selfish, but my hard-earned cash is what I used to purchase my Call of Duty WW II game and although I did not want to keep my game all to myself, I said to myself, take a chance with these guys. They can be trusted. I did. And so did they. I was amazed at how caring a team of these friends can be. It caused Call of Duty WW II to bring my friends and I to be closer.

Then as the first Call of Duty WW II, was being played and challenges won and lost were becoming close to being boring, but thank God, the second Call of Duty WW II, saved the day—and my good old friends did not want to go home. This can be a good or bad thing. I was just happy that my friends who did own one or two of the very-popular Call of Duty WWII, there was still “that” unspoken vibe of strong friendship that helped us all grow into adults, but we kept the fun-loving Twenty-something’s spirit to make life interesting.

I Am so Glad to Tell You

that what I liked about Call of Duty WWII, can be best-described as realistic. From the first frame of each mission that the gamer starts to play, to the last frame when the saga is won or lost, but the very-experienced gamer or the amateur first-timer will both get a big thrill not only from the various landscapes to the realistic looks and sounds that the Americans who stand against Germany or other foes of the nation, will first sound cold and threatening. This is all part of the missions, and this feature is what makes Call of Duty WWII, the most fun and interesting when the game is experienced and played.

The XBOX ONE is very easy to “command” each of its various things that the video designers have placed into the game box. Some video gamers love the hardest video games to win, and while that is cool, the game designers of Call of Duty WWII, mingled the ease of mastering the games to the difficulty that can be overcome without the player losing their cool and shutting down.

And I have found out that prior to each Christmas season, you can take a solid guess at what video game and video box will be flying off of the various shelves. I would tell you, but if you have finished reading this piece, then you already know.

Besides Playing The Game of

Call of Duty: WW II, there are a number of things that I have used this game in order to achieve a certain amount of happiness in my life as it stands right now.

  • I Have Used The Game – of course to give as a gift for birthday’s, Christmas gifts and even anniversaries. You may not know this, but you will be shocked to know that when Call of Duty:WWII, is given to them for their, say, their 22nd anniversary, you would assume going in that the guy of this partnership would grab the video and head for their computer. And while this may be right, a lot of women, the girls 20, even 34, are easy to explain this game and in nothing flat, they love the game as much as any man.

  • When I First Met – a very shy nephew who was from his family on a vacation/visit, I patiently-showed him my Call of Duty: WWII, and then handed him one of my controllers and then we played short game and he even began to laugh and point at the various soldiers and their uniforms. At age 15, he took to the game right off.

  • Call of Duty: WWII --- is a great way to test someone’s memory during a friendly dare. First, start the game as you being the Video Master?? Your “subject” has been told to relax, but watch and listen everything—then you stop the game in mid-battle in a very dangerous mission. You ask the “subject” to count the times that the sergeant of the squad who is taking-over a bridge, has shot at a certain target. Just the shooting. Nothing else.

Call of Duty: WWII is more than (a) great video. A lot more. Above is the proof.

October 23, 2019___________________________________________________

© 2019 Kenneth Avery


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