This question was posited by Animarchy History:
He points out that over the recent years, there has been a pretty long drought of Shooter games that were set in World War II. And most of the WW2 games that came out (at least in the AAA space), particularly from the Call of Duty and Battlefield franchise turning out to be hot messes (Calling BFV a "colorful cartoony mess" is putting it nicely to say the least). What's interesting to me was that he mentioned that people started clamoring for more WW2 shooter games cause they eventually got sick and tired of modern and/or futuristic shooter game oversaturation at the time (who remembers the backlash to Infinite Warfare?) but before that, people were also sick and tired of WW2 shooter oversaturation.
Well anyways, here's my thoughts: I think there's a still huge demand for historically accurate/authentic single-player WW2 shooters, though the supply currently (at least as of this posting) isn't really there. But I also think that there's also a cautionary tale for Game companies to not let a single genre oversaturate the market. Ideally, there should be a diversity of options for gamers so they can play a game in whatever genre they want.