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World of Warships Documentary Celebrates 80 Years of D-Day
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Ahoy, sailors! Ready for a dose of history and naval action that will make Call of Duty look like child's play?

World of Warships teamed up with FORCE BLUE, a group of people who really understand the navy and conservation, to release a documentary that will touch the hearts of militarism fans and players on duty.

In celebration of the 80th anniversary of D-Day, the doc “Frog Fathers: Lessons from the Normandy Surf” arrives. It's history with emotion, without having to leave the couch!

An Epic Remote Control Adventure

Narrated by the always badass John C. McGinley, this documentary goes deep into the history of the heroes of the Naval Combat Demolition Units, known today as Navy SEALS. There will be tears, there will be pride and, of course, a lot of action. The premiere takes place on the World of Warships Twitch channel during Museum Night. And if you're more old school and enjoy TV, the doc is here MagellanTV on June 4th. No excuses for losing, huh?

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But wait, it’s not just that! To mark 80 years since D-Day, the game is full of new content. On June 1st, there's a special Museum Night tour on Twitch.

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Frog Fathers: Lessons from the Normandy Surf

The documentary follows four Navy SEALS veterans revisiting the beaches of Normandy. Imagine the nostalgia mixed with the pride of having kicked Nazi asses back there.

These guys talk about the sacrifices, the legacy of the battle, and how it all still impacts the military services today. It's that kind of thing that makes you feel a little more humble and a lot more grateful.

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Created in collaboration with FORCE BLUE, the documentary had a premiere in New York that was a success. There was a panel discussion, experts on World War II and even a word from McGinley himself. They're not messing around when it comes to honoring naval history.

Relive D-Day in Style

And for players, there's more! Three new Operations are coming to World of Warships starting May 29th. It's time to take your ship and show that you are worthy of the allied fleet. Historical missions, epic rewards and that “mission accomplished” feeling.

The first operation puts you on the front lines on Utah Beach. If you manage to survive, you have two more weeks of challenges to guarantee rewards such as historic commanders and cool camouflages.

So, if you enjoy a good story, love blowing things up (in the game, of course) or just want to learn more about World War II, “Frog Fathers: Lessons from the Normandy Surf” is what you need. And remember, supporting projects like this not only keeps history alive, but it also stops your grandmother asking why you play video games all day.

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For more details, visit the World of Warships website and get ready to sail through this tide of history and emotion!

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