When sparks go flying and a storm of bullet hails you, count on the First Avenger to save the day. Watch Chris Evans in "Call of Duty Online’s" (CODO) latest live-action trailer as he pulls out the big guns.
In "CODO," players will be able to personalize their weapons, characters and equipment using an in-game store where they can purchase weapons, gear, and perks built specifically for the Chinese market. The new game brings a variety of maps and modes, featuring an in-depth story based on the "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare" universe.
"Call of Duty" (COD) is a series of first-person and third-person shooter video games that started on PC platforms and later expanded to consoles and handhelds. The franchise has spawned several sequels and spinoffs, with earlier games in the series set primarily in World War II, including "Call of Duty," "Call of Duty 2" and "Call of Duty 3." With the installment of "Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare," the game has shifted its focus away from World War II — now set in modern times. "COD 4" was followed by "Call of Duty: World at War" and "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2," "Black Ops," taking place during the Cold War. "Modern Warfare 3" takes place in a near-future setting, while "Black Ops II" takes place in the year 2025.
The "Call of Duty" games are published and owned by Activision, with over 100 million copies by 2011. In 2012, 40 million monthly active players across all of the "Call of Duty" titles play online. For now, "Call of Duty Online," a F2P (free to play) MMO (massively multiplayer online game), is exclusively licensed to mainland China, hosted by TenCent, but Activision Blizzard has expressed interests for a global availability depending on the degree of success of the game.
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