Call of Duty Modern Warfare
The game takes place in a realistic and modern setting. The campaign follows a CIA officer and British SAS forces as they team up with rebels from the fictional country of Urzikstan, combating together against Russian forces who have invaded the country.
Utilizing a new engine, COD Modern Warfare is a visually stunning game to play. The graphics are fantastic and the character designs are some of the best I’ve seen in many modern games. Both the single player and multiplayer levels are gorgeous and immersive in their designs. The maps are bigger and feature more twists, turns and hiding places. There are some levels that are a sniper’s dream, but the multiplayer levels are well balanced for both strategic and run and gun style players.
The controls are pretty much the same across multiple Call of Duty games. This is a good thing because seasoned players, casual players and even newcomers can dive right into either the single or multiplayer modes without issue. Every skill level has its own set of challenges in the single player game and those challenges help enhance the story. The multiplayer game is familiar and immediately immersive with small enhancements like the ability to close doors after entering buildings proving to be positive enhancements to the gameplay.
I have been playing the game since launch day and the ability to jump in and out as life in the real world continues is one of the main reasons why I love playing Call of Duty games. As new content is released, I will definitely be playing regularly until I hit my first prestige.