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Call of Duty 3 Latest News - PS2

  • Publisher: Activision
  • Genre:Shooter
  • Developer: Treyarch
  • Release Date:Nov 7, 2006
  • # of Players:16 players
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Titles rated "Teen (T)" may be suitable for ages 13 and older, and may contain violent content, mild, or strong language, and/or suggestive themes.)
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Game Description:One of World War II's most epic campaigns, the liberation of Paris, gets epic treatment in Call of Duty 3. Step into a breathtaking, seamless storyline as four ordinary Allied soldiers thrust into an extraordinary situation, the Normandy Breakout. An all-new close-quarters battle mechanic lets you fight hand-to-hand, rig impromptu bombs, disarm traps, and perform other keys to battlefield survival. Branching mission paths with multiple attack routes and distinct tactical requirements let you choose to outflank your enemy or overpower him head on. Environmental physics means there's nowhere to hide: cover, both yours or your enemy's, can be destroyed. Up to 24 can battle in team-based multiplayer with vehicles. Read our full interview with Treyarch's Creative Director, Rich Farrelly.
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Call of Duty 3 News

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  • Activision Discusses Subscription Models And The Future Of Call of Duty

    Sledgehammer Games is currently working on a Call of Duty game for Activision that is supposedly going to be a departure from the traditional first-person shooter genre. (Previous job listings indicate the game will most likely be a third-person shooter.) It’s tempting to think, then, that the long-rumored (and by all accounts,...

    Posted April 30, 2010

    Activision Discusses Subscription Models And The Future Of Call of Duty
  • We're At Eight -- Yet Another Ex-Infinity Ward Developer Enlists At Respawn

    The count continues. Former Infinity Ward lead software engineer Francesco Gigliotti updated his Linkedin profile overnight to reflect his newfound employment at Respawn Entertainment. Gigliotti joins seven others who have publicly declared joining up with former Infinity Ward leadership Vince Zampella and Jason West at their new startup,...

    Posted April 23, 2010

    We're At Eight -- Yet Another Ex-Infinity Ward Developer Enlists At Respawn
  • Activision Files Lawsuit Against Ex-Infinity Ward Leadership -- Hint: They're Upset

    Activision is not taking kindly to the legal accusations from the former heads of Call of Duty developer Infinity Ward. The LA Times acquired the Activision counterargument, filed this morning, and it shows a publisher fully prepared to take on both Vince Zampella and Jason West. The suit, which says Activision will withhold future royalty...

    Posted April 9, 2010

    Activision Files Lawsuit Against Ex-Infinity Ward Leadership -- Hint: They're Upset
  • Infinity Ward Loses Two More -- One Lead Designer, One Software Engineer

    Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 developer Infinity Ward, who recently lost leadership over an internal dispute with publisher Activision that's now in litigation, has last two more employees. Kotaku originally broke the news, citing the Linkedin profiles of lead designer Todd Alderman and software engineer Francesco Gigliotti. Both Linkedin...

    Posted April 7, 2010

    Infinity Ward Loses Two More -- One Lead Designer, One Software Engineer
  • Call Of Duty 2011 Isn't Sledgehammer's "Action-Adventure" Call Of Duty Game

    There's some understandable confusion about what's happening to Call of Duty after the Treyarch-developed Call of Duty is released later in 2010. I've obtained an internal memo sent to Activision employees at the same time today's news release went out that better clarifies what's happening to Call of Duty. Here's how it breaks down. Treyarch...

    Posted March 2, 2010

    Call Of Duty 2011 Isn't Sledgehammer's "Action-Adventure" Call Of Duty Game
  • Internal Activision Memo Says Infinity Ward "Central To Call Of Duty's Future"

    I've obtained an internal memo penned by Activision Publishing president and CEO Mike Griffith that just released to Activision employees at the same time as the press release about the future of Infinity Ward and Call of Duty. It's largely the same as the release that's available in detail here, but there's a key distinction in the internal...

    Posted March 2, 2010

    Internal Activision Memo Says Infinity Ward "Central To Call Of Duty's Future"
  • Activision Announces "New Direction" For Call Of Duty, Confirms Infinity Ward Changes

    Activision has now officially responded to the reported shakeup at Infinity Ward. The publisher has confirmed studio heads Vince Zampella and Jason West have left the company, but issued no other comment related to their departure. There was no mention of "insubordination" or "breach of contract" in Activision's...

    Posted March 2, 2010

    Activision Announces "New Direction" For Call Of Duty, Confirms Infinity Ward Changes
  • Activision CEO Bobby Kotick Scheduled To Meet With Infinity Ward Momentarily

    The future of Infinity Ward might be determined in the next few hours. I'm told by a source close to the studio that Activision CEO Bobby Kotick will address the development leads at Infinity Ward in a meeting in just a few minutes -- noon, to be exact. It's unclear what the meeting will be about, but it is likely related to the apparent...

    Posted March 2, 2010

    Activision CEO Bobby Kotick Scheduled To Meet With Infinity Ward Momentarily
  • Infinity Ward Leadership Confirm Leaving Company

    Activision and Infinity Ward have both been publicly quiet about what happened between the two companies yesterday. It can, however, be confirmed that both heads of the studio, president Jason West and CEO Vince Zampella, have confirmed they're no longer with Infinity Ward. Confirmation of their departure comes through updates to each...

    Posted March 2, 2010

    Infinity Ward Leadership Confirm Leaving Company
  • Activision Now Has Three Studios Working On Call of Duty Franchise

    For the past few years, Treyarch and Infinity Ward have developed alternate iterations in Activision's Call of Duty franchise. But as the Los Angeles Times reports, Activision has now tapped a third studio to work on “future versions” of the series. The new studio has not been identified yet, and it isn’t known what the future...

    Posted November 18, 2009

    Activision Now Has Three Studios Working On Call of Duty Franchise
  • Infinity Ward "Doesn't Feel Tied" To Call Of Duty Franchise Forever

    Call of Duty was released in 2003. Infinity Ward has been making new entries in the Call of Duty series ever since, but the studio told Develop it doesn't feel obligated to continue making new entries in the Call of Duty franchise. That doesn't mean we won't see further Call of Duty games from Infinity Ward, but there's no guarantee the company...

    Posted November 3, 2009

    Infinity Ward "Doesn't Feel Tied" To Call Of Duty Franchise Forever
  • Call of Duty Movie Further Along In Development

    It's no secret that Activision is trying to leverage its brand name video games into feature films -- it would be crazy not to. There have been rumors that the company is actively working to bring Call of Duty to the big screen, but as yet, Activision hasn't said anything about it. Last week, though, a trademark request was filed for the words...

    Posted October 6, 2009

    Call of Duty Movie Further Along In Development
  • Activision Announces Call of Duty: Modern Warfare For The Wii

    Nintendo is certainly feeling the Activision love this week. First, it was announced that developer n-Space is working on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare: Mobilized for the DS. And now Activision has confirmed that Call of Duty: World at War developer Treyarch will be releasing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, a port of Infinity Ward's smash hit Call...

    Posted August 5, 2009

    Activision Announces Call of Duty: Modern Warfare For The Wii
  • Activision Claims Infinity Ward Only 'CoD' Rumors False

    Following rumors that Infinity Ward had renegotiated its contract with Activision to become the sole-developer of Call of Duty games after the release of Call of Duty 5. Call of Duty 5 will be developed by Treyarch, the developers of CoD3. The rumors included a mention of a spin-off series that might not even be a first-person shooter. A former...

    Posted April 22, 2008| 41 Comments

    Activision Claims Infinity Ward Only 'CoD' Rumors False
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