The Call of Duty series returns this time into a modern day setting. The player takes control of a character nicknamed "Soap," for the majority of the campaign and will need to progress through many modern warfare scenarios.

Director:

Jason West

Writers:

Jesse Stern, Steve Fukuda (additional writing) | 6 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Billy Murray ... Captain Price (voice)
Craig Fairbrass ... Gaz (voice)
David Sobolov ... Lieutenant Vasquez (voice)
Mark Grigsby Mark Grigsby ... SSgt. Griggs (voice)
Zach Hanks Zach Hanks ... Captain Macmillan (voice)
Fred Toma Fred Toma ... (voice)
Eugene Lazareb Eugene Lazareb ... (voice)
Gabriel Al-Rajhi Gabriel Al-Rajhi ... Khaled Al-Asad (voice)
Sarkis Albert Sarkis Albert ... (voice)
Desmond Askew ... (voice)
David Neil Black David Neil Black ... (voice)
Marcus Coloma ... (voice)
Michael Cudlitz ... U.S. Marine (voice)
Greg Ellis ... (voice)
Gideon Emery ... Mac / SAS 4 (voice)

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The year is 2011, and civil war has broken out in Russia between the Russian government and Russian ultranationalists under the command of Imran Zakhaev who seek to restore Russia back to its former Soviet-style leadership. A revolution has toppled a regime in an unnamed Arabic country which has ties to the Russian ultranationalists, with Khaled al-Asad coming to power. These two simultaneous events are causing fear that al-Asad and Zakhaev might form an alliance and use nuclear weapons against the West. In response to these concerns, the United States and the United Kingdom conduct joint operations to put down both uprisings, without putting their own nations' security at risk. Will they succeed? Written by Sam

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Trivia

It is the first "Call of Duty" to be rated "M" by the Entertainment Software Ratings Board all previous titles were rated "T". See more »

Goofs

The Abrams tanks in the game are supposedly M1A2 tanks, but their in-game model lacks the Commander's Independant Thermal Viewer, or CITV on the turret, which is a distinctive feature that only the M1A2 Abrams has. The lack of the CITV means the tank in the game is an M1A1 Abrams, not an M1A2. See more »

Quotes

Captain Price: Nikolai's in hell right now. We're gonna walk him out... We take care of our friends. Let's move.
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Crazy Credits

The babies of the people who made the game that were born during the making of the game are listed in the end credits. See more »

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Hard and Deep
Performed by Mark Grigsby
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Best in the series, best ever!
26 December 2007 | by Gunmaster45See all my reviews

As soon as I started this game on Christmas night, I knew I would love it. The graphics stun and make you think it's real. The guns reload as should and even shoot through walls and other flimsy material. The modern military tech is very impressive. The game will seriously make your heart pound. The game doesn't glorify war, it shows how messed up it can be with many things like, friends dying, see death through the eyes of others, rescue missions, and even an amazing assassination with a .50 caliber Barrett. From infiltrating a boat to sniping men while wearing Ghillie, you'll be amazed. The stealth missions are tense and full of suspense while firefights are full of action and violence. Infinity ward really took the gold with this game. The only down side is that the game is short. I beat it in one night but it did take all night so the game takes maybe 6 hours on normal but up the difficulty and you've got a couple days to play. Also, play the multi-player. It has a 1-50 rank, customizable weapons and it's full of action. I loved it. If you don't buy this game, you'll be missing a classic without a doubt.


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Release Date:

5 November 2007 (USA) See more »

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