The best call of duty games

The best call of duty games

Full series of Call Of Duty

  1. Call of Duty (2003)
  2. Call of Duty 2 (2005)
  3. Call of Duty 3 (2006)
  4. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (2007)
  5. Call of Duty: World at War (2008)
  6. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2009)
  7. Call of Duty: Black Ops (2010)
  8. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (2011)
  9. Call of Duty: Black Ops II (2012)
  10. Call of Duty: Ghosts (2013)
  11. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (2014)
  12. Call of Duty: Black Ops III (2015)
  13. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (2016)
  14. Call of Duty: WWII (2017)
  15. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 (2018)
  16. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019)
Ranking By popularity

1.Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare without any assistance reclassified the advanced first-individual shooter with its exciting effort and interminably adaptable multiplayer part, so the bar was high as can be for Modern Warfare 2 when it discharged two years after the fact. Some way or another, Infinity Ward figured out how to exceed itself, conveying another crusade loaded up with turns, double-crossings, and activity pressed set pieces while likewise expanding on what made the main game's multiplayer so effective. 
The slaughter streak idea was extended to take into account many more approaches to take out your adversaries, and the movement framework stayed one of the most fulfilling in the entirety of gaming. Indeed, even after 10 years, there's only something about Modern Warfare 2's pacing and guide structure that makes it a work of art — it's one of those games you could place in your Xbox 360 for quite a long time and never become weary of it.

2.Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

Where were you when you initially played Crew Expendable in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. In not more than minutes, Infinity Ward demonstrated to players that the move from World War II to a contemporary clash was advantageous, as Captain Price and Soap MacTavish clear their path through an unfriendly ship and dispose of focuses with pinpoint exactness. Not a moment of time was squandered, and through the span of the amazing Call of Duty 4 crusade, that would, in any case, be valid. 
All Ghillied Up is ostensibly the best crucial any first-individual shooter, and it glances stunningly better in the remastered game. Modern Warfare's aggressive multiplayer put a restored accentuation on close to home execution as opposed to winning individual matches, with players now cautiously looking at their slaughter to-death proportion as they fitted their weapons with custom sights and holds. 
Obligation at hand would never again assume a supporting role to some other arrangement, and its rule would keep going for the following decade.

3.Call of Duty 2

The principal Call of Duty game for some present fans — and a dispatch title for the Xbox 360 — Call of Duty 2 was a definitive World War II shooter for those intrigued by the fall of Nazi Germany. Split crosswise over missions concentrated on Russian, British, and American officers, Call of Duty 2 took players wherever from the seashores of Normandy to the deserts of North Africa, and its open-finished methodology frequently gave you more than one approach to move toward a strategic. 
Its scale was stunning at the time, yet the truest to life minutes still hold up today. Call of Duty 2's way to deal with multiplayer was more laid back than a portion of the later games, and it wasn't keen on tossing a million measurements at you after finishing a match. In spite of this, the guide configuration was unmatched, and killing a clueless foe from a window was unfathomably fulfilling.

4.Call of Duty: Black ops

Treyarch was at long last ready to escape Infinity Ward's shadow and build up itself as a head Call of Duty studio with 2010's Black Ops. An exciting secret set during the Cold War and mostly occurring in Vietnam, its goal-oriented story managed paranoid fears and the job the United States could have played in the JFK death, alongside the bombed Bay of Pigs operation. It even got back to characters and scenes from World at War, mixing components from the World War II shooter into the fresher game. First-class voice exhibitions from entertainers like Sam Worthington and Gary Oldman helped sell the entire thing, despite everything we holler about "the numbers" routinely. 


In spite of the fact that it didn't radically reexamine the Call of Duty recipe, Black Ops, in any case, conveyed a well-adjusted battle over an assortment of maps, going from the wildernesses of Vietnam to the acclaimed Nuketown. The guide was adored to such an extent that it has been discharged in each Treyarch game to date, and they'd feel absolute fragmented without it.

5.Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

In the wake of helping with the improvement of Modern Warfare 3, Sledgehammer Games was allowed to lead its very own venture for 2014's Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Taking the arrangement further into the future than it had gone to date, its exo-suit ongoing interaction and innovative weapons advanced verticality and steady development, making it hard to ace however unbelievably fulfilling. Never again were your adversaries simply originating from the left or the right, yet conceivably legitimately over your head. 
Advanced Warfare's techno-political spine-chiller battle tended to the general population's developing apprehension of private military temporary workers and the job they'll play in the public arena going ahead. It was totally preposterous, yet Sledgehammer has a talent for blockbusters and the end minute are very fulfilling. Regardless of its basic achievement, Advanced Warfare didn't light the business graphs ablaze, so a direct follow-up is improbable.

6.Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

Befuddled by a game called Call of Duty: Modern Warfare showing up on our rundown close by Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare? It gets considerably all the more befuddling when you find that the games share characters yet are not narratively associated beside the notice of a couple of occasions. Notwithstanding the naming shows, the rebooted 2019 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare nails the environment and tense first-individual activity of the more established games' battles, finished with a few set-piece minutes and a liberal sprinkling of stealth. Modern Warfare doesn't baffle as a multiplayer game, either, expanding on the establishment of its forerunners while including new mechanics, for example, reloading while at the same time pointing down the sights. Its clear movement framework esteems proceeded with play and does exclude microtransactions for opening any weapons, and the new monstrous mode Ground War is a phenomenal expansion.

7.Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

Honorable obligation: Black Ops 4 could have been the game to slaughter the establishment. Unexpectedly in the fundamental arrangement, Black Ops 4 selected to forget about the crusade mode totally, offering aggressive multiplayer, Zombies, and the fight royale mode Blackout. 
Treyarch's ridiculous way to deal with narrating was missed, yet the studio figured out how to convey extraordinary compared to other multiplayer modes in the arrangement's history, alongside a lot of Zombies content for fans. 
It was Blackout that wrapped everything up, notwithstanding. The arrangement's first break at fight royale was a colossal achievement, mixing great Call of Duty shooting mechanics with the moderate and efficient ongoing interaction from PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. 
The mode even blended in great settings from the prior games, just as a segment loaded up with Zombies prepared to tear you appendage from the appendage.

8.Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3

By 2011, Call of Duty had just established its heritage with a few outstanding first-individual shooters, yet establishment weariness had likewise started. Obligation at hand: Modern Warfare 3 wrapped up the momentous set of three with another activity stuffed battle and tight multiplayer, however without a significant part of the first Infinity Ward group on the task, it felt like the engineers were following a drawing as opposed to making something on their own. 
This isn't to say that Modern Warfare 3 isn't worthy of the Call of Duty name. Its multiplayer was as addictive and quick-paced as ever, and there were a lot of set-piece minutes, however without the energy behind it, the game never got away from the shadow of its more seasoned kin.

9.Call of Duty: World War 2

After about 10 years in present-day fighting and the future, Call of Duty came back to where it started in 2017 with Call of Duty: WWII. Set in the European theater and including the popular Normandy intrusion, it felt like Call of Duty 2 has been revamped for the up and coming age of players. 
This accompanied some sentiment of history repeating itself, yet the better portrayal and a passionate end helped it from feeling like a fundamental wistfulness grab. The multiplayer additionally moved away from the overabundance of its forerunners, concentrating on unadulterated boots on the ground battle without trading off the steps the arrangement had made. 
Its tangled movement framework, in any case, didn't fill in too, and the Zombie mode felt pointless in a generally genuine game.

10.Call of Duty: World at War

Call of Duty: World at War was Treyarch's first game in the arrangement since the disappointing Call of Duty 3, and it figured out how to convey the grimmest and goriest game the arrangement had ever — or has ever — seen. Concentrated on Americans in the Pacific just as the Russians surrounding Berlin, World at War doesn't avoid the revulsions of war. 
Appendages and heads are cut off, and heaps of bodies heap up, however it does lay the emotion on somewhat thick in the American section. Treyarch took the killstreaks and general structure of the Modern Warfare games and utilized it for World at War, yet it didn't work much well. It had a dreary and less captivating focused mode — the last Treyarch game to bomb in this office.


More about Call of Duty
Call of Duty is a first-individual shooter arrangement made by Infinity Ward. 

It was distributed by Activision and the majority of the games have been created by Infinity Ward and Treyarch, however, some were created by Amaze Entertainment and Gray Matter Interactive Studios. More games are relied upon to be discharged on a yearly premise with Infinity Ward, Sledgehammer Games, and Treyarch trading as makers every year. 
This has been as a result since the arrival of Call of Duty: Ghosts, supplanting the old arrangement of just Treyarch and Infinity Ward exchanging as fundamental designers every year. 

Call of Duty, the principal portion in the arrangement, prevailed upon eighty Game of the Year grants in 2003. In 2005, Call of Duty 2 was the first Xbox 360 title to sell one million duplicates and was the smash hit a round of that year. In 2007, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare was a basic and business achievement, being the top of the line round of 2007 and having sold 10 million duplicates by June 2008. In 2009, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 broke the record for most noteworthy gross from a type of media's first day available, acquiring $310 million in the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia alone, beating Grand Theft Auto IV's record of $310 million around the world. Be that as it may, the most elevated income created by a stimulation item in 24 hours is currently held by Grand Theft Auto V at $800 million, $300 million more than Call of Duty: Black Ops II.[1] Call of Duty: Ghosts was anticipated by Activision to outperform this record,
[2] despite the fact that it didn't succeed. Obligation at hand: Advanced Warfare, the primary Call of Duty exclusively created by Sledgehammer Games, kicked off something new in the establishment by bringing a setting far into the future with a cutting edge development framework, and was exceptionally acclaimed and was the top-selling round of the year.
[3] Call of Duty: Black Ops III was the greatest diversion dispatch of 2015.
[4] Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare took the establishment to space and was discharged alongside Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, and turned into the top-netting round of 2016, with the two games getting approval by pundits and fans alike.
[5] By and large, the establishment has earned over $15 billion since the main portion in 2003,[6] with total deals surpassing 300 million copies.
[7] The arrangement has been alluded to and satirize by numerous TV programs, including Chuck,[8][9] NCIS,[10] The Whitest Kids U' Know, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,[11] Breaking Bad,[12] Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (in two episodes),[13] Helix,[14] Outsiders,[15] House of Cards,[16] Sons of Anarchy, and Mr. Sark of X-Play recorded it as his second most loved shooter arrangement, saying "I like war motion pictures, so I like Call of Duty."[17] It has likewise been referenced in certain motion pictures, for example, The A-Team[18] and G.I. Joe: Retaliation.[19] Additionally, computer games, for example, Battlefield Hardline[20] have referenced it as well. Besides, it has been referenced in certain ads, for example, in business for the Samsung SUHD TV.

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