5 Things You Didn't Know About Call of Duty

We’ve compiled a list of five interesting things you may not have known about Call of Duty. 

There’s no question that Call of Duty is popular game franchise, and has seen massive success after each subsequent release in the series. When a game becomes a household name, there tends to be quite a bit of information available from guides, to behind-the-scenes secrets, and Call of Duty is no exception to this rule. However, what if there were things you may not have known about Call of Duty?

We’ve compiled a list of five interesting things that you may not know about Call of Duty!

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Call of Duty has been released across a wide variety of platforms from the PC, last-gen consoles like the Xbox 360 and PS3, down to the latest consoles including the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. While others like the Wii U are definitely compatible options, another platform you may never have thought to associate with Call of Duty is the Nokia N-Gage. The N-Gage was a product whose goal was to combine gaming with the mobile phones, which provided a best of both worlds experience at the time, and was very advanced during its release.

The product only lasted two years of manufacturing and retail sale, but the franchise still managed to launch a playable version of the original Call of Duty on it. Some of the playable features included multiple weapons, campaign missions, and even a multiplayer component that was able to connect via Bluetooth.

Understandably so for the time period and the given hardware, the gameplay was not much more than a retro arcade style shooter similar to that of a Resident Evil concept. However, given the circumstances, it wasn’t a bad idea overall. Because the N-Gage only lasted a few short years, the title soon became lost in the sea of Call of Duty history.


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