Call of Duty is as familiar to all PC gamers as the legendary strategy game Age of Empires. A popular first-person shooter game that brings you through individual episodes to the environment of World War II, the Cold War, but also space and other worlds. And what platforms is the game made for?
- Microsoft Windows
- Nintendo DS
Of course, this is just a small taste of what you can play this action game on. Call of Duty has been released for each version of the PlayStation game console. No exception xBox variants or even the mobile operating system Android and iOS.
Call of Duty in detail
As time has gone on with this action shooter, the developers have also changed. In the beginning it was Infinity Ward, then Treyarch, then Sledgehammer Games and since 2016 Raven Software. If you are curious about who actually publishes this game and when the first version appeared on the market, read the following table.
|Sales by 2021||400 million units|
|The world's best-selling game||4th place|
It is not for nothing that you can read that the game series with this title is one of the most successful in the United States of America. Other figures then talk about successes around the world.
What series can you try?
It should be noted that the Call of Duty computer game has undergone a lot of development. The series Modern Warfare is clear evidence of that. Over the years, the game has incorporated an imaginary story arc called Black Ops. In addition to related game genres, standalone games with this title have also been created. These include the 2013 version of Ghost, the 2014 version of Advanced Warfare, and the 2016 version of Infinite Warfare.
The Call of Duty titles were also slightly different for console and mobile devices. Finally, there are some versions that didn't see the light of day - Combined Forces, Devil's Brigade, Vietnam and Roman Wars.