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Call of Duty: United Offensive Videos and Trailers - PC

Call of Duty: United Offensive
Game Description:Official expansion to Call of Duty features three new single-player campaigns as well as expanded multiplayer modes. Developed by Gray Matter Studios, this next chapter in the Call of Duty franchise raises the brand's trademark cinematic intensity with over 12 new single-player levels, plus an enhanced multiplayer experience with 10 new maps and 3 new modes of play. Once again looking through the eyes of American, British and Russian soldiers, Call of Duty: United Offensive thrusts players alongside their squadmates into more authentic action across Fortress Europe's most historic battlefields. The original Call of Duty, created by Infinity Ward, won more than 80 Game of the Year and 50 Editors' Choice awards worlwide since its release.
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