Escapism meets realism
Just because Hour of Victory is lighter and frothier than your average WWII shooter doesn't mean you don't still feel like you're battling through a real war. The settings, weapons and vehicles all seemed authentic - if slightly heightened and stylized - during our hands-on time. And the developers promise that the opposing soldiers will behave authentically as well, fleeing when their commander is killed or attacking your position from different angles.
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