It Turns Out The Famous U-Boat Level In Wolfenstein 2017 Is Not As Accurate As We Had Hoped

It Turns Out The Famous U-Boat Level In Wolfenstein 2017 Is Not As Accurate As We Had Hoped
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There are some things you have to be careful about doing wrong when it comes to putting them inside of the game. This is because it is a bit of a trick enterprise if you know what I mean. These things are really rough, difficult, and they just make the game less authentic. If you know what I’m talking about, then you understand all of this has to do with unreality.

In the 2017 edition of one of the most famous games of all time, Wolfenstein, there is a part where the main character has to use a wheelchair, and it is absolutely unacceptable. This is not your typical justice warrior stuff, either, this is a true grievance. If you want to know what I mean by all of this, keep reading to figure it all out.

The 2017 edition of the series, colloquially known by the title of Wolfenstein, has one part where the main character is injured and trying to capture a U-Boat. If you know anything about U-boats, then you will know these things are no different than submarines.

In fact, they are like twins of the American and British submarines but pure and utter evil. This is the origin of the old mariner’s expression: Once a U-Boat, once a dead fish.

Anyway, within this specific part of the game, the main character is required by the game to go out and see what will happen. They need to capture the sucker, and they need to capture it fast. So what do they end up doing? Well, you end up rolling down the hallways in your wheelchair shooting with one hand, and it turns out that this is not actually how wheelchairs work.

Technically, you need both hands to push forward. Why? Because it is almost like a boat. If you roll with only one hand, then the wheelchair will actually turn. Just like when you are only paddling on one side. This is incredibly unrealistic, and we are waiting for a full apology from developers.

Sooner or later, gamers will need to rise up and resist this kind of behavior. The people in charge do not care about realism. They only want to get our money for producing half-finished games. Or at least, this is what all of the angry gamers around the world are saying on Twitter. We live in a society, and one day it will be a vastly improved one. Good luck out there.