While gathering information for Friday’s writing piece on Call of Duty: WWII, I noticed something that’s been pointed out by a number of other people, namely the excessive use of the phrase “boots on the ground” by the games media in describing the tone of the game. Some people are annoyed by how much that phrase has come up, and I want to get ahead of the issue and make a statement on how I will be using “boots on the ground.” Going forward, you will never see the phrase “boots on the ground” in any of my writing pieces on Call of Duty: WWII. Either that, or I’ll use “boots on the ground” in greater abundance than you ever thought possible. Which will it be? We’ll all find out whenever the next writing piece on this game gets published. In the mean time…

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