COD has a long and storied career. Launching as a PC WW2 first-person shooter, Call of Duty has gone through numerous makeovers and been on just about every system. The series has gone through some serious highs and tragic lows. This time around, we’re looking at the Call of Duty games ranked, including the good, the bad, and the ugly.
After the above-average Modern Warfare 2, the third entry in this rebooted series is a disappointment in almost every way. The campaign story is one of the series’ weakest, the Zombies mode is not fun, and the multiplayer is little more than the greatest hits of previous entries maps.
The real issue was Activision trying to fit every single freaking recognizable face into this game. From Kit Harrington starring to cameos by Connor McGregor and Lewis Hamilton, it all felt a little much.
Over time, Call of Duty campaigns have been getting shorter while more focus and development time goes into the multiplayer component. At this point, though, you are better off with Warzone for your multiplayer fix.