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New Day of Infamy update brings new Brittany map, new Shooting Range tutorial and UI improvements

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Thursday, October 12th 2017 - 19:58 BST
New Day of Infamy update brings new Brittany map, new Shooting Range tutorial and UI improvements
New Day of Infamy update brings new Brittany map, new Shooting Range tutorial and UI improvements
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Thursday, October 12th 2017 - 19:58 BST
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New World Interactive has released a new free content update for the World War 2 shooter game Day of Infamy. The update introduces the new Brittany map and the new Shooting Range tutorial to the game.


The French region of Brittany was the backdrop for a bloody siege weeks after the D-Day landings. On the new map players fight through the map's rail-yards, bombed-out buildings and fortified bunkers.
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The Brittany map originally started as a community map based on the French town of Brest in the Brittany region. After placing 3rd in our community level design contest, the game's development team has worked with the map designers to flesh out the map for official release.

The new update has also introduced a brand-new Shooting Range tutorial map where players can freely test out the game's weapons before they head out to the battlefield.

Last but not least the update also comes with wide range of improvements and bugfixes that affect the game's user interface, sounds, graphics, and more.

The Day of Infamy Brittany update is now available free of charge.
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Raymond Bakker
Journalist and Software Developer at Moonlight Multimedia. He covers the latest video games news from indie to virtual reality and has been actively involved in the video games industry since the early 2000s.

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