Top definition. Call of Duty 4 unknown. The greatest game ever made. The 1 selling game of , with over 7 million units sold worldwide. Considering that it came out in November, that is very impressive. Its probably the most fun game that I've ever played.
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I finally finished the single-player campaign for the first time. This was an overdue playthrough, certainly, but I could never quite bring myself to buy the game after I tried the demo. My friend Lange gave it to me when I asked to borrow it, saying that Modern Warfare had left him utterly cold. Now I see why. I started to get a bad feeling during the very first mission, as my team boarded a storm-tossed freighter. The scene was evocative, but as my SAS team swept across the deck, I did not feel like I was in control of my character.
There have a whopping 15 Call of Duty main games released with several more produced for different consoles or handheld devices. They've covered past wars, present battles and hypothesised how armies will fight in the future and there have been hundreds of millions of copies sold since the first COD was unveiled to the public in Don't get me wrong, the titles before it were revolutionary and incredible, but Modern Warfare was the first game in the series to be set in modern times duh that's where the name comes from. The previous three titles were placed in the First or Second World War, but the fourth instalment featured weapons and firearms that made the gameplay more enthralling. More than people took two years produce the masterpiece that is Modern Warfare , but they wanted to avoid referencing wars that were either recent or ongoing in the s and therefore the campaign mode was light on the details about the opposing sides.
These spring reveals of big-budget titles for later that year see also: Assassin's Creed: Syndicate and Star Wars: Battlefront are as inevitable as the next round of Katie Hopkins hate speech: We know it's coming, many of us already know we won't like it, but we still act surprised when it arrives. I'm a big Call of Duty fan and it still feels like shitting on the series and its fans is the default setting for many gamers and critics out there. It's still "cool" to roll eyes and slam Activision for announcing another entry to the franchise.