And you know what? It’s historically accurate. Besides helping out in auxiliary support roles, hundreds of thousands of women actually served in combat in the armies of Russia, Poland, Italy, and Germany. And so, according to Sledgehammer studio boss Michael Condrey, Call of Duty: WWII‘s multiplayer roster will “for sure” include women, and the campaign apparently also features a mission as a woman fighting in the French resistance. Inevitably, this has prompted some criticism from the same guys who give Nazi zombies a free pass, so, um.