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Title: #eurogamer How Call of Duty: WW2's new play of the game works
Post by: NewsFeeder on September 01, 2017, 12:05:43 PM
How Call of Duty: WW2's new play of the game works (http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2017-09-01-how-call-of-duty-ww2s-new-play-of-the-game-works)
1 September 2017, 11:30 am

(http://images.eurogamer.net/2017/articles/2017-09-01-09-57/-1504256244047.jpg/EG11/resize/300x-1/format/jpg/1923761.jpg)If you've been playing the Call of duty: WW2 (http://geni.us/ISJG) multiplayer beta (check out Edwin's impressions here (http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2017-08-31-searching-for-the-past-in-the-call-of-duty-ww2-beta)), you'll have noticed the new Overwatch play of the game-style feature that displays at the end of a match.

Developer Sledgehammer Games has ditched the final kill replay that traditionally ends a Call of Duty match and replaced it with a basic play of the game replay. (Check it out in the video below, from the seven minutes, 25 seconds mark.)

We'd seen this final medal, dubbed a Bronze Star, given to players performing various actions, but we weren't sure exactly how it worked. So we checked in with Sledgehammer for an explanation, and co-founder Michael Condrey replied saying it's all about "top performance", regardless of the winning faction.

Read more… (http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2017-09-01-how-call-of-duty-ww2s-new-play-of-the-game-works)

Source: Eurogamer.net (http://www.eurogamer.net/)