The historian Martin Morgan is delighted that “Call of Duty: WWII” can help bring many people of the current generations closer to the Second World War. Because books are read less frequently.
Sledgehammer has the intention to make a game as realistic as possible from “Call of Duty: WWII”, even if the parts of the “Call of Duty” games are generally designed for kinoreife action experiences. In the end, the historian Martin Morgan was engaged, who is an adviser. The man has already written two books on the Second World War and interviewed more than 2,000 veterans.
In a recent interview, Morgan was very impressed by the fact that with the game the historical theme can be brought to the people. “There are more and more people who are not familiar with the subject without their own fault, so we bring it to a very large audience that has no living connection with it,” says Martin Morgan, who obviously wants to criticize the American education system ,
“I have written two books and no one has read them, we are living in a world where people are reading less and less, and by what is it being replaced?” “Projects like this [Call of Duty: WWII] Strong emotional issues, including education. ”
Building on this, “Call of Duty: WWII” could be a big thing. According to Martin Morgan, his statement was by no means because he has become a Sledgehammer Games zombie and has to carry out propaganda propaganda.
“Call of Duty: WWII” will be released on November 3, 2017 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. At the latest, we know whether the game can bring us closer to the actual events or focus solely on action-packed entertainment. Read the complete statement of the historian here.