D-Day video games

D-Day and Battle of Normandy video games

Films, documentaries and video games inspired by the landing and the Battle of Normandy.

Conscious of the interest of the younger generations in the conflict of the Second World War, and more particularly at the Normandy Landings, creators of video games on consoles and computers have been developing a number of scenarios in recent years that allow you to relive interactively (and with most often a great concern for realism) the events of June 1944.

That’s why the D-Day Overlord website chooses to present these D-Day video games, with their strengths and weaknesses.

What is the scope of video games from a historical point of view? : Click here to read the article about the video games of the Normandy Landing.

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Chronological list of video games on D-Day

 Call of Duty – WWII

Release date: November 3rd 2017

 

 Steel Division – Normandy 44

Release date: May 23rd 2017

Steel Division Normandy 44

 

 Days of War

Release date: January 26, 2017

Iron Front : D-Day 1944

Release date: December 18, 2012

Image : Medal of Honor Airborne

Medal of Honor Airborne

Release date: September 6, 2007

Image : Medal of Honor Airborne

 

Call of Duty 2

Release date: November 4, 2005

Image : Call of Duty 2

 

Brothers in Arms

Release date: March 17, 2005

Image : Brothers in Arms

 

Combat Flight Simulator 3 : D-Day 1944 : Invasion Of Europe

Release date: May 2004

Image : Combat Flight Simulator 3 : Battle for Europe

 

Battlefield 1942

Release date: November 19, 2003

Image : Battlefield 1942

 

Day of Defeat

Release date: June 6, 2003

Image : Day of Defeat

 

Medal of Honor: allied assault

Release date: February 14, 2002

Image : Medal of Honor : débarquement allié

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