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  • Gary_Novawar
    My thread got locked out before I could rebut with this:

    Censoring history is always wrong, no matter if it's in a video game, a book, a movie or something else. Censoring a swastika gives it more power. It shows that we still fear it and have to censor it out and pretend as if it didn't exist. If we would just let it be in the game, we would be showing that we are not afraid of it anymore, that we've come over it and won.

    If you disagree with me, I can respect that. Just don’t expect to see me in the BFV multiplayer. It definitely bothered me especially when the teaser featured that chick with the prosthetic arm. Was THAT historically accurate? I think we can at least certainly agree that it wasn’t.
    November 1
    • LOLGotYerTags
      LOLGotYerTags
      Of course the prosthetic arm was historically accurate.

      Tadaaa..

      https://c.slashgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/arm.jpg
    • James-MII
      James-MII
      Douglas bader, I agree it happened, but does it really need representation in the game for how rare it is? Probably not.
    • Gary_Novawar
      Gary_Novawar
      Sure, but no one was sent on field missions with one. Even in times of war, most armies don’t get THAT desperate. And even if they were, soldiers with that particular handicap would be put in a rear detachment. Far less likely for even a woman, especially in the early 1940s. Furthermore, sidearms were always restricted to officer personnel only and not given to any Infantry. And the officers themselves were seldom ever put on the front lines. That’s also been a staple of inaccuracy that’s been a mainstay throughout both Battlefield and Call of Duty.
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