Censorship
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Call of Duty: WWII is an American action game that developed by Sledgehammer Games, and was published by Activision. It was released on November 7, 2017. Due to German laws regarding Nazi imagery, Nazi symbols were censored.

Censorship[]

German censorship[]

  • Any Nazi imagery, including the swastika, was removed and replaced with the Iron Cross.
  • A wounded soldier on the beach, who in the uncesored version had their Arm blown off, still has his Arm on their Body. This was added back in with patch 1.5.

Japanese censorship[]

  • Gore was censored. Human body parts can no longer be separated because of CERO's regulations.

Australian censorship[]

  • A scene that shows a Nazi solider unzipping his fly and advancing on a woman was modified for the Australian release; In the Australian version the sound of the zipper being unzipped was muted and the woman is wearing pants instead of a skirt.

Where to find it uncensored[]

Every other country has it completely uncensored.

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