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Days of War review

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Days of War is a World War II themed First-person shooter multiplayer game, at any given time I have only been able to find around 10-20 players online.

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When I first booted up Days of War, I started by trying out the map called Omaha – no big surprise that there’s an Omaha Beach map represented in a World War II game. I actually had to look up if the game was developed by the same developers as the Day of Infamy mod for Insurgency as the map looked so similiar and I knew they were coming out with a standalone game soon – it is obviously inspired by a map from Day of Defeat or perhaps even Medal of Honor? Still there’s room for a little more creativity in that regard. The map felt too similar to the older games in my opinion.

Speaking of maps, they feel way too small and crammed – I am not a big fan of one singular spawn, I don’t mind several spawns in the same generel area, but it’s annoying spawning and bumbing into your teammates constantly as you spawn at the beginning, but I guess it’s not the end of the world.

http://osteriapulcinella.co.uk/menu_item/espresso-2/ Archievements
The game already features an archivement tab, thus far there’s only one archivement for reading said tab. It seems like the developers may be looking into developing a competitive system similar to CS:GO. I have already seen some clans play competitive matches in this game.

http://creativepropertyuk.co.uk/agents/page/7/ Graphics
I don’t have anything to say about the graphics really, they look okay.

Map Editor
I believe one of the features that could turn this game around is the map editor they have been working on for quite some time now, I don’t suspect any of the other World War II games in 2017 to include this kind of mod support.

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