Virtual Combat and Evolving Perceptions of Warfare

Call_of_duty_2_screenshot Never before have individuals seeking entertainment had so many options.

As technology improves, gamers can engage in photorealistic and increasingly tactile simulations across a wide fantasy spectrum.

As a recently-released war simulator surpasses $300 million in sales, The Washington Examiner asks why millions of players are interested in virtual war and why the answer may have a wide impact on the future of combat.

Pixels and Policy investigates.

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