Devolver Digital Films to release COD documentary in September

Geronimo Vena
Agosto 9, 2017

Call of Duty is one of the most notable video game franchises in the game industry and Sledgehammer Games is taking the franchise back to its roots with the upcoming Call of Duty: WWII.

Famed indie publishers Devolver Digital have been putting out arty films for a while now - you can even find some of them on Steam - but they've just announced they're publishing CODumentary (actual name), which is a documentary... about COD. Strangely, as per the trailer after the jump, it has been created without any involvement or consent from Activision.

The documentary has been in the works for five years and aims to capture the humans behind the explosions and set-pieces.

Which is a good thing. Dovelver Digital seems to be quite inspired by the franchise as the company is working on a Call of Duty documentary called CODumentary.

The 93-minute feature created by Jonathan Beales was filmed across North America, the United Kingdom and Europe, including the D-Day beaches, with the story being told by developers, fans, professional players and games experts, who explain what made the game so special and why it's been so successful. Jonathan Beales is an industry professional with over 31 years experience in video games media & marketing spanning print, radio, web and television.

The 93-minute film, dubbed CODumentary, was written, directed and produced in the United Kingdom by Jonathan Beales, and is set to explore how Activision's first-person-shooter series has grown into one of the biggest entertainment blockbusters of all time. CODumentary is looking to tell the story of the developers, professional players, and fans alike across over 15 years of history within the series. There aren't almost enough videogame specific documentaries being produced, so we're excited to check this out.

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