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The history of Call of Duty is definitely an extensive topic as you would expect. Farmville continues to be on the market for more than seven years. With seven different editions to the game collection, beginners may find it a little difficult to jump in the game. While game play is always fun it's kind of tougher to follow the storyline line. Let's take a glance at some of the expansions in cod.

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The very first Cod was launched in October 2003. It was originally released within the PC gaming platform only. Players got the chance to become a soldier within an epic battle of good VS evil. Based on the Quake III Arena Engine farmville was also a first person shooter. A second edition towards the Call of Duty series was released in October 2005. Because of the growing popularity in counsel games and upgraded platforms Call of Duty 2 was also released to Xbox in November 2005. It's also interesting to notice that a form of Cod 2 was released for mobile phones and smartphones. The 3rd of Call of Duty was released twelve months later in November 2006. A substantial fan base grew from the first 3 editions.

Time between game releases began to consume a twelve months wait. In November 2007 Call of Duty 4: Modern War Fair was released. It was the very first edition to receive a mature audience rating and marks the improvement of graphics and violence within the Call of duty series. Now with a lot of competing counsel platforms Call of Duty: World at War was launched on 4 different platforms in November 2008. For the following installment of the series Activision decided to pick back up after Cod 4: Modern War Fair and so the games new edition would be called Call of Duty: Modern War Fair 2. This edition was launched in November 2009. Now excluding the Nintendo Wii as a platform for that Call of duty series. We already have three more editions within the works.

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