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Call of Duty Free Download GAMESPACK.NET how many Call of Duty games have there been? With the all-over-the-place naming convention it’s hard to figure out – four WW2 games, three four Modern Warfares, four Black Ops, a World at War, and a few futuristic one-offs in a pear tree. The good news is that IGN has been reviewing them since way back in 2003 when the first duty called, so below you can scroll through a gallery of the contemporaneous score and Verdict on every game in the series. Call of Duty is developed by Sledgehammer Games and published by Activision. After Modern Warfare, we began to make our way back in time, first with Cold War and now with Vanguard. We have the usual fair: a campaign, multiplayer and zombies. I played Vanguard on the PS5 and my first impressions were that the game is STUNNING. The campaign follows a group of elite ally soldiers as they come together to sticky-finger some super secret Nazi documents that even the Nazi’s are hiding from other Nazis, so you know it’s good. I have played a lot of FPS solo campaigns in my day and this has to be one of the best. While most players may roll their eyes at ANOTHER D-Day themed campaign, this one surpasses the others by far.TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

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The characters are likeable, the graphics look amazing and the action continues at a good clip with some slower moments mixed in. You make your way through the solo campaign by playing as each of the elite soldiers and experience their time through the war. Each soldier has their own specialty which is utilized in the gameplay. At release, Zombies mode is really an afterthought. It plays really similarly to Cold War with a lot less modes. The only mode currently is Der Anfang where you and three others pick up initiated tasks and challenges and each completed task makes the world harder. There isn’t a lot to it and I hope that Zombies gets expanded because it’s pretty dismal as it stands. Now, the piece de resistance is the multiplayer. The campaign is a good 7-9 hours but the multiplayer is where you will get your most bang for your buck. I was super curious if the gun play would lean toward Modern Warfare or to Cold War and the answer is neither. I am a fan of Modern Warfare, and Cold War really grew on me after a few hours of gameplay, but the gun play in Call of Duty: Vanguard is some of the best I have felt in a while. In Cold War itwas way too bouncy; your gun could get away from you like an out of control firehose.

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No matter how much I adjusted the sensitivity, everything just felt…loose. Modern Warfare is the opposite side of the coin where the gun almost feels too sluggish and heavy. Vanguard’s gunplay feels really balanced. You feel the weight of your gun but the aim feels a lot steadier. Is it realistic? Nah but it’s fun and isn’t that the whole point. There’s not a realistic amount of recoil but recoil can increase depending on your gun or optic choice but it still feels a hell of a lot steadier than Cold War. The modes in Call of Duty: Vanguard are pretty similar to that of its predecessors with Team Deathmatch, Domination, Kill Confirmed, Search and Destroy, Free-For-All and Hardpoint. One addition I noticed was a mode called Patrol which is similar to Hardpoint but instead of a small location that cycles, the objective location is a constant moving circle for which each team must fight for possession. It seems simple enough but it can get pretty intense. Luckily our diverse group of plucky heroes only come from the good guy nations, with no shades of grey whatsoever. The protagonist is Arthur Kingsley, a heroic soldier with a steel backbone and a big old heart, who leads a ragtag band of specialists to find out everything they can about the mysterious Project Phoenix.Forza Horizon 5

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Set primarily around the time Hitler did the world a favour by chugging back a cyanide tablet and fellating a gun barrel, the story sees our heroes captured and imprisoned by Herr Freisinger, a Nazi commander so over-the-top evil I kept expecting him to laugh maniacally at the end of every sentence. With the Fuhrer dead, the Reich is about to tumble into disarray unless Freisinger can hold it together. His right hand man, Jannick Richter (played by the always reliable Dominic Monaghan), is responsible for breaking the group’s morale, although it’s not entirely clear why they’re bothering. There is also different combat pacing for each mode: tactical which is for more calculated gameplay, assault for a balanced gaming experience and blitz for a match of flying bullets and chaos. You can choose a favorite or experience them all from one match to the next. I appreciate the option to cater my gameplay experience. Between torture sessions, Kingsley regales his companions with tales of their own bravery. Or maybe he regales us. It’s not made explicitly clear, but the story zig-zags back and forth throughout the war to show us the history of each member of the team. Polina Petrova (played by the inimitable Laura Bailey) survived the destruction of Stalingrad and sought revenge for her family’s death;

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US pilot Wade Jackson was shot down during the Battle of Midway and had to endure torture and near death. Australian loudmouth Lucas Riggs defied orders during a desert campaign and was court-martialled. You get the idea. Each of these flashbacks takes the form of several missions in the campaign, all with different mechanics. It’s worth praising Sledgehammer for trying something new here, but sadly the elements introduced in Call of Duty: Vanguard have been implemented more successfully elsewhere. Jackson’s dogfight and bombing run, for example, are hamstrung by clumsy controls, awful aiming and what appears to be a reliance on blind luck. And Petrova’s parkour abilities provide a welcome change of pace but feel like they belong in a different game altogether. Although a desperate rooftop run as the Nazis blitz Stalingrad is one of Vanguard’s stand-out moments. Elsewhere, though, it’s business as usual. Which isn’t to say it’s bad in any real way; it’s just not anything we weren’t expecting, which may be enough for many. Combat is interspersed with cutscenes that are genuinely gold standard, showing off the kind of production values many other AAAs can only dream of.Treasure of Nadia

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That said, the combat itself isn’t the best the series has seen. It may be intentional, being set in the 1940s, but some of the shooting feels very imprecise. Clear headshots have zero effect, and some of the weapons lack the required impact. Elsewhere it’s technically brilliant, so this is a bit disappointing. As any number of surveys will tell you, many regard the campaign in a Call of Duty game the same way they regard a side salad on a plate of steak and chips. The steak and chips in this metaphor being the multiplayer. Once again, this is a hybridised version of a character shooter, with characters from the campaign representing the Operators, complete with a their own suite of skins. A Battle Pass allows you to unlock cosmetics and boosters, as well as premium currency. There’s more destruction in the environments this time round, even in some of the returning maps. It’s quite fun to blast the enemy’s cover away, although this being Call of Duty, you won’t get much time to cheer. Killstreaks have returned, too, in place of Scorestreaks, so the onus is on playing aggressively. I’ve always felt this method to be counter to modes like Hardpoint, though, where digging in and defending is more productive than hunting kills.

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Call of Duty is a World War II game, but thankfully it doesn’t rehash the same tropes most WWII games go over. Yes, Hitler’s name is mentioned a few times, Normandy is a location you visit, and a U-boat makes an appearance. These tropes aside, Vanguard follows the fictional story of a band of multinational experts on a mission to uncover Project Phoenix, a secret Nazi operation. Things don’t go as planned and they are captured and interrogated by Nazi officer Jannick Richter. Each character’s past unwraps in flashbacks during their interrogations, and you learn who they are and where they come from. What makes the narrative unique is that it takes you around the world and touches on themes you wouldn’t expect in a Call of Duty game. Visually, each chapter is beautifully rendered with photorealistic cutscenes that are weaved into the experience. It’s jarring, though, going from 60 fps to then a slower cutscene that has audio syncing errors, but this problem managed to correct itself on its own after a couple of chapters.

A notable issue was the controls in Wade Jackson’s dogfighting mission that made it stand out for all the wrong reasons. Wonky flight controls don’t belong in a Call of Duty game. Overall, the campaign is good but it could have taken bigger risks in its mission variety. Giving each character a unique ability during their chapter also seemed like a good idea, but it comes out gimmicky more than anything especially when you randomly give someone the ability to see enemies around him without any explanation as to why that is. Its themes and acting make it stand out from other past campaigns, and its characters are ones that grow on you. Some notable improvements this year include the ability to make Game Pacing adjustments when searching for matches. In addition match types, you can also select three pacing categories, Blitz, Tactical, or Assault, based on your playstyle or mood that day. Blitz lets you find matches where you constantly hear gunfire and where the kills are higher and the maps are smaller. Tactical mode gives you some time to breathe and spreads everyone out more while Assault is the middle ground.

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New this year is also Patrol, a mode that acts as a moving hard point to protect. It’s a neat addition this year that can lead to some tense moments of defense and offense, but time will tell if it will make a mark and return in future titles. Champion Hill mode is another new addition, but it acts like Gunfight did in previous titles. Teams of two or three face off against each other in a round robin until each team’s lot of lives goes down to zero. In between round you can also purchase guns and equip better defense to stay alive longer. It’s fast-paced, and the peer pressure of not dying so your team has a chance to move on is what will force you to play smart. Once again, Call of Duty spins its wheel of war, and for the sixth time in the series’ history, the needle has landed on ‘World War the Second’. Call of Duty has always been most comfortable booting Hitler right in the Panzerschrecks, nestled cosily in the history of the victors, safe in the knowledge that the baddies really were bad. But it’s also the most difficult setting from which to build something new. There are only so many World War II battles, after all, and Call of Duty has covered them exhaustively over the years.Poppy Playtime

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