– Aug 19, 2021 – 03:32:32 PM
This Thursday, Activision revealed full details about Call of Duty: Vanguard, the next installment in his popular series of FPS or First Person Shooter. It was announced that it will go on sale on November 5 of this year, and by the way, its first full trailer was shared.
Along with him appeared the main characters of this new adventure, and among them is a sniper from the Soviet Union, called Polina Petrova.
Call of Duty: Vanguard is due out in November of this year
In the case of this game, the battle will no longer be limited to Western Front of the WWII. Sledgehammer Games expand the action Eastern Front of Europe, as well as the Battle of the Pacific and even North Africa.
Petrova She is a fighter who is apparently inspired by a real life character, Lyudmila Pavlichenko. She is one of the great heroines who fought in the Red Army in this great conflagration.
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While in various scenarios of the WWII women performed support and support tasks, in the Soviet Union they fought side by side with men.
When the Great Patriotic War – as the Russians say – the government of the USSR gave them more than 30 thousand decorations.
These fighters filled the pages of history with glory, and helped break the back of the Nazi army. Pavlichenko was one of them.
Lyudmila Pavlichenko is a heroine of the Soviet Union
As seen in the video of Call of Duty: Vanguard, she was a sniper. His full name was Liudmila Mikhailivna Pavlichenko. He was born in July 1916 and died in October 1974.
While in service he eliminated 309 Nazi soldiers. Of these, 36 were enemy snipers. That earned him the nickname of Angel of Death, and was much feared by the hordes of Adolf hitler. She is considered the most successful sniper of all time.
She was one of 95 women considered heroines in the former USSR. Her fame was such that she was even invited by the president Franklin D. Roosevelt to White House.
He was the first person from the Soviet Union to set foot there. It is undoubtedly more than fortunate that Activision honor the work of the women of the Red Army in Call of Duty: Vanguard. Exploits of Lyudmila Pavlichenko and her companions are legendary.
In addition to being snipers, women in the USSR excelled in aerial combat, where they sowed terror among Nazi troops for their daring attacks.
We’ll see how things go when the game goes on sale in November this year at PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One and PC.