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Call Of Duty: From Call Of Duty To Call Of Duty Ghosts

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Do you know the game series that has sold over 50 million copies all over the world? If you guessed Call of Duty then you are right! Call of Duty, the game that pretty much everyone loves. It has been around for more than a decade (ten years)! There are currently ten games and there is another one coming out called Call of Duty Advanced Warfare. So, I bet you are wondering what the other games are? Here is some of the ones that people like the most: Call of Duty Black Ops 1, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3, and Call of Duty Black Ops 2. My favorite is Call of Duty Black Ops 2 which seems to be a fan favorite.

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There is an ending to Origins though it is rather hard to beat. Origins is based back in World War 1. You are on the battlefield and you have to collect gems to make some staffs. Then you see a cut scene about what the origin of zombies was (hence the name origins). It actually was very decent it still has the killing zombies feeling but you know it’s different.

In Modern Warfare 2 there is a thing called Spec Ops (or Special Ops). It has 5 different levels that have sub levels in them. The first main one is alpha; inside of alpha are The Pit, Sniper Fi, O Cristo Redentor, Evasion, and Suspension. The pit is like a training ground. Sniper fi is where you are a sniper on top of a building and you have to snipe a bunch of people. O Cristo Redentor is where you go through and kill up to 50 militia and dogs while not killing civilians. Evasion is a level you go through and kill guys and dogs with a silenced sniper. The other 4 main levels are Beta, Charlie, Delta, and Echo.

Some of the game designers for this game series were Neversoft, Ravensoft, Treyarch, and Infinity Ward. Neversoft was founded in 1994 Joel Jewett, Mick West and Chris Ward. Ravensoft was founded in 1990 by Brian Raffel. Treyarch was founded in 1996 by Peter Akemann and Don Likeness. Infinity Ward was founded in 2002 Vince Zampella, Jason West, and Grant Collier; but later on Vince Zampella and Jason West got fired from Infinity Ward and was announced one of the biggest breakups in video game history.

I bet you are wondering how much money these games generate. Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare 4 achieved 7.172 million dollars; Call of Duty World at War generated 8 million dollars. Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 developed over 775 million dollars; Call of Duty Black Ops 2 hatched over 500 million dollars. Call of Duty Ghost made 1 BILLION DOLLARS! Now that’s a lot of money!

For a quick summary, the companies make over 300 million dollars from some games. They are made by Neversoft, Ravensoft, Infinity Ward, and Treyarch. There was Spec Ops and Zombies (more than 9 maps for zombies). Some new...

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