"The VFW Foundation believes that Brothers in Arms will help us reach our goal of increasing awareness about the sacrifices of veterans," said VFW Foundation president, John Senk. "Videogames are the new medium for storytelling and Brothers in Arms accurately depicts the contributions made by veterans during World War II."
Such an endorsement vindicates Ubisoft and Gearbox Software, who have worked so hard to ensure authenticity and proper treatment of the subject matter.
Interestingly enough, the press release only made mention of the Fall 2004 release of the Xbox and PC versions fo the game, while making no mention of the PS2 version of the game, confirmed in April.
We'll keep you up to date as more details of the game emerge. For now, check out the most recent trailer: