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(2017 Video Game)

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Sex & Nudity

  • The talking between soldiers about girls, may be suggestive, however not too extreme.
  • The character you play as (Daniels) has a pregnant fiancee back at his home, and mentions it.

Violence & Gore

  • As any other Call of Duty, the game is gun violence between Allies and Axis powers.
  • The opening mission of D-Day is intense due to the fact that a lot of soldiers died back then.
  • In multiplayer, the violence is very mild, however it is still frequent.
  • In liberation missions, violence is not very frequent.
  • Some of the kill streaks (awards for getting a certain amount of points in a match) can be harsh, such as a guided plane or guided bomb.
  • This game can get bloody but you will feel sorry for everyone you kill throughout the campaign.
  • Lots of explosions, destruction, soldiers can also cuss if next to falling to debris or next to an explosion.
  • Players use machine guns, shotguns, rocket launchers, and explosives to kill enemy soldiers; some weapon attacks result in decapitation and/or dismemberment, leaving bloodstains and body parts on the ground. Battles are frenetic and accompanied by realistic gunfire, screams of pain, and large explosions. Cutscenes also depict instances of violence: a prisoner shot in the head at close range; enemy soldiers shooting themselves to avoid capture.
  • In D-Day, you see soldiers get their heads ripped off by machine guns


  • The campaign has your allies yelling a curse at some points if something explodes or something of the sort.
  • Campaign and Zombies includes, multiple s-words, then more words like damn, hell etc. Multiplayer has little to none
  • It's mildly implied that the character Aiello is prejudice toward African American's, As he often questions the rulings of Corporal/Major Howard, and even claims he does not want him to lead him into battle. He later apologizes for his actions. This is done within historical context and fits into the time period.
  • The words "f**k" and "sh*t" are heard in dialogue.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • The first mission of the campaign has you lighting a match to another soldier. The soldier says, "Hey Daniels, got a light?"
  • Some more scenes of people smoking.
  • In mission 10 Zussman mentions that Pierson is drinking whiskey.
  • In mission 11 Pierson is seen drinking whiskey very briefly

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The first mission of the campaign has more subtle backround noise, then all of a sudden gunshots can be heard loudly.
  • Some of your allies will get shot without any warning, which is both sad and disturbing, for younger players
  • Multiplayer has some loud noises, however there is always a warning, (a bomb will whistle before it strikes)
  • The japanese and the german versions are cut versions.
  • In a cutscene, a wolf attacks someone, and the person kills the wolf to survive. This might be sad for young players.
  • Recommended Age: 18+
  • If Call of Duty: WWII (2017) was a movie, it would be: Rated R for intense depiction of realistic images of strong war violence and language throughout.
  • R18+ for High impact violence, online interactivity
  • Zombies gameplay consists of some depictions of disfigured zombies/corpses that some players may find disturbing, the concept is that players kill these which will follow and can chase the player until they perish, can be intense at times.


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Violence & Gore

  • The cutscenes have people fighting, whether it being a soldier chasing down another soldier, or a fight between two military officers
  • In the epilogue, you will enter a nazi concentration camp and see harrowing pictures of dead people, gallows and many other rather disturbing images. The whole scene is intense

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