Call of Duty: WWII Art Copied From Brothers In Arms: Hell's Highway? Comparison Image Released
This year's Call of Duty game will be called Call of Duty: WWII and the game is going back to its root i.e. World War II setting. Yesterday, Activision via Call of Duty official website confirmed the name of this year's game and set April 26 as the world premiere date. In addition to this, the publisher released the official art of Call of Duty: WWII, which you can check out below. It features a soldier staring straight with hands crossed on one another holding a dog tag.
In short, it's a pretty powerful and eye-catching artwork, but does it took inspiration from another game without any proper paperwork and permission? Randy Pitchford thinks so. On Twitter, Gearbox Software Boss Randy Pitchford shared a comparison image between Call of Duty: WWII vs Brothers In Arms: Hell's Highway, a game that was released back in 2008 with a World War II setting.
There are many similarities: almost similar pose of a soldier with a worried stare, dog tags, military headgear. Check out the comparison below, and decide yourself.
In another news, we got our hands on few in-game Call of Duty: WWII screenshots showing Thompson submachine gun, uniform patches from Call of Duty 2, and many other things.