A significant number of gamers enjoy playing historical titles. These allow them to experience recreations of long-gone eras. Historical games tend to focus on the warfare aspects of past centuries. However, their exotic maps also have a large amount of appeal.
Call of Duty
The COD series puts players in the shoes of soldiers fighting during the Second World War. They are usually members of the Allied Forces fighting the Axis Powers. The online versions of this series are very popular and helped to make internet gaming widespread. New Call Of Duty titles continue to be produced.
Call Of Duty: Black Ops takes place during the Vietnam War. Players get to experience the terror which American troops felt when being overrun by enemy forces. There is even a level when the main character meets JFK inside the Pentagon. In the special zombie mode, players take control of the president, as well as Fidel Castro and Richard Nixon, as they try to survive an onslaught of supernatural enemies.
This franchise depicts a centuries-long struggle between two warring factions. One is the Assassins who use sneak attacks to eliminate their foes. The other is the Templars, an ancient order, obsessed with influencing world events.
Each game is set in a historical period. For instance, Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag takes place during the golden age of piracy. Assassin’s Creed: Unity depicts the interior of Notre Dame. When the real-life cathedral burned down, the game developers released Unity for free so that people could see what the inside looked like before the fire.