The history behind the history of Call of Duty: WW2



The Weight Of History: Exploring The Real-Life Inspirations Behind Call of Duty: WW2


Some time around last Christmas, Michael Condrey, the co-founder of Sledgehammer Games, huddled in a foxhole in Hürtgen forest, on the border of Germany and Belgium. In a nearby foxhole, buried under five feet of snow, Condrey's fellow co-founder, Glen Schofield, was dreaming of the heated van they'd left on the side of the highway three hours earlier.

The only one who seemed to be enjoying himself was Condrey and Schofield's guide, Martin Morgan, a war historian who leads battlefield tours around Europe. He was examining a squat, pyramid-like structure made of concrete--what was left of an entire row of so-called "dragon's teeth," fortifications made by soldiers to stop advancing tanks.


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The history behind the history of Call of Duty: WW2 The history behind the history of Call of Duty: WW2 Reviewed by Tech News 24h on September 30, 2017 Rating: 5

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