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Cast your minds back lớn 9th November 2010. In fact, don’t, all of your days were the same. You were in high school. The tables are set out in rows & you’re sat side-by-side with a person you have never met, but who has an alphabetically similar name to you. You’re more interested in scanning the room at the grubby books, adolescent projects disguised as decorations, và the globe that every history teacher seemed to lớn have sầu, counting down the minutes to lớn 3pm as you know that’s the time you can jump on the bus home and be the first khổng lồ dive into lớn the world of gọi of Duty Blaông xã Ops as it was released. Strikes trang chủ right? We were all there once.

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But whilst your minds strayed lớn Firing Range & Nuketown, the languid fossil, Mrs Jones, had made three other students nod off & sent one khổng lồ the hall for texting their playground love sầu. Her lesson on the Vietphái mạnh War was borderline lifeless.

As the bell rang và books were crammed inside your Adidas backpaông xã, all her mundane facts about the Battle of Dien Bien Phu flew straight out of your mind, never lớn be revisited. Me too, it was until research for this article had begun that I only briefly remembered Mrs Jones’ glasses falling off her nose as she said something that sounded lượt thích ‘the French lost’.

I was too focused on hearing the Blaông chồng Ops loading screen, & diving into lớn the chiến dịch.


Mason & his F******* numbers.

It had me gripped from the first cutscene, an interrogation starting in the same chair you sit in for the loading screen; ingenious. I apologise if you have just fallen down a wormhole of nostalgia, it’s a long climb out of here.

I spent the whole night trying lớn grind out the campaign so I could go khổng lồ school the next day and accidentally spoil it for everyone. Whoops.

Walking inlớn school the next day I had a swagger nearly as big as the bags under my eyes, và I was about to lớn unleash a whirlwind of spoilers.

I must confess, although Mrs Jones was a bore, I loved history and knew more about the Vietphái mạnh War than she did, or so I thought on the basis of my night of gaming. Rife with memories of me tearing through the Jungles of Vietphái nam with my French-made Famas that I’d looted from the Viet Cong enemies, I was in shoông xã when she corrected my know-it-all-ness when I explained why I thought the French & Russians were working together.

This was the first time I noticed the power of Gọi of Duty, in that it could teach millions of children across the globe a completely different story khổng lồ the real version, and taint history.

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In recent call of Duty news, the next instalment of CoD is set lớn be based in Vietphái nam, heavily focused on the previous Blaông chồng Ops Campaign, and possibly feature Alex Mason & Frank Woods. But with the Blaông xã Ops chiến dịch bending the truths of the Cold War to benefit their storytelling, is Treyarch about to teach children around the World the Vietnam War that they want, or the real version?

Take Blaông xã Ops, for example, it was the first instance in Which điện thoại tư vấn of Duty broke from their historical meticulousness. Having previously been a franchise that highlighted major historical wartime landmarks and retold the history books as accurately as possible, Treyarch had a history of working with Hollywood, & this was no different. Having actors such as Kiefer Sutherlvà (executive producer of counter-terrorist series ‘24’) voicing characters, it was clear that Treyarch had been influenced by cinema rather than sticking to lớn facts.

Obviously there have sầu to lớn be aspects of truth-bending incorporated withing gọi of Duty, especially Blaông xã Ops, as they brought us Zombies. It was hardly truthful that after meetings between JFK & Fidel Castro that a zombie outbreak occurred within the Pentagon. However, when looking at the campaign, you would assume it was based completely on wartime history, and for that, it should be 100% accurate.

This goes without saying, most of the Blaông xã Ops chiến dịch is truthful, & you’re lured inlớn the chiến dịch with a brilliantly captivating rendition of the Bay of Pigs invasion. Not long after you are sent khổng lồ the Arctic in a mission called ‘Project Nova’, which shows a humongous arctic base under German influence. Whilst these did exist in reality,it was near impossible for German resources to make a base that big in the arctic, due lớn limitations of shipping, và their resources post-WWII. These bases were in fact much smaller & would normally be derelict. It is inaccurate khổng lồ believe sầu that there was a huge Nazi presence in the arctic, especially as Russia & the USA would have larger bases there too.

But in the most comparable mission khổng lồ what we may see in Gọi of Duty 20đôi mươi, Mason và Woods are sent to lớn Vietphái nam, on a mission named after the country it’s phối in.

You are flooded with an array of historical facts which almost pulls the wool over your eyes for the actual gameplay. Whilst Treyarch seemingly did their retìm kiếm on Wikipedia, their facts are accurate, but many aspects of the mission are not. The Viet-Cong army was known for their guerrilla warfare tactics và would rarely be caught out in the open lượt thích in the first combat instance you come across. They were known for using the land that they knew so well khổng lồ their advantage, often using underground tunnels to lớn ambush troops or booby-trapping routes. Finding the Viet Cong army out in the open like that would scarcely happen. It goes without saying thatthis mission wasn’t based on a true event like alike some on this storyline, however, their display of the Viet Cong army was all wrong.

Within the mission, you can also pick up weapons with a Flamethrower Underbarrel. This would not have been possible at the time & was seemingly added to the game as they were renowned for using actual Flamethrowers. Treyarch took a huge shortcut here combining a Gun and a Flamethrower when in actual fact, the flame would have sầu melted the Gun.

In the next mission within Vietphái mạnh, you are actually presented with a Flamethrower, which seems rather counter-intuitive. In the most recent Modern Warfare, Underbarrel attachments are still present, however, a Flamethrower isn’t, which hints that it won’t be introduced in CoD 2020, although they’re phối in different times.

This mission, which is the forefront of the maps ‘Jungle’ is a much better reflection of Vietnam giới, although it is dumbed down for gameplay spectacles. After infiltrating a Viet Cong base, Woods & Mason sweep through the base without having to lớn avoid a single booby-trap, which would not have sầu been the case during the Vietphái nam War. The Viet Cong would even booby trap their own bases in events lượt thích this, although they knew exactly where they were meaning that they wouldn’t trigger them themselves.

Further inaccuracies come with the weapons. The Vietnam War ran from 1955-1975, although most of the fighting ended in 1973. Throughout the chiến dịch, most missions are set in 1968, which is peculiar considering the weapons that they were using were first developed in the early 1970s. Weapons such as the G11, Famas, & the AUG weren’t invented until the very over of the Vietnam War, and wouldn’t have been used there anyway due lớn the high demand that would be needed. The Famas was also a French weapon, which would never have sầu made its way to the hands of the Russians & the Viet Cong armies that both sport them during points of the campaign.

With the next instalment of Hotline of Duty, it is likely that we will see many aspects of the Vietphái nam War return, with weapons such as the AK-47 being popular, và missions based around events such as the Geneva Convention, meaning historical accuracy will need khổng lồ be maintained. The Vietphái nam War was one of the most famous battles in history, and any inaccuracies during the campaign could cause millions of players khổng lồ be told a story which isn’t true and rewriting history books for the current generation.