Call of Duty 3 is a historic first-person shooter video game developed by Treyarch and published by Activision for Xbox 360, XBOX, and PlayStation 2 on 7 November 2006. Not a few days later, it was released for Playstation 3 and Wii on 14 November 2006. Call of Duty 3 is the third game in the series and the first game in the series that is developed by Treyarch. The game’s story is focused on a single World War II campaign “the liberation of France from Nazi forces” a historic event that made the freedom of Paris conceivable and brought the allies a bit nearer to Berlin. Through a smooth narrative that conveys the surge of the tenacious battlefield, players take on the roles of four ordinary Allied soldiers — American, British, Canadian, and Polish—pushed on to an authentic, living frontline for an assortment of battle, with high-end graphic visuals, intricate animation, and on-screen war action, delivering the most intensified World War II Combat.
In the American campaign, the player controls Private Nichols, a substitution for the 29th Infantry Division. His crew partakes in the last hostile in the catch of Saint-Lô. They are subsequently shipped off to help secure Saint-Germain-Sur-Sèves and the attack on Mayenne. The crew is likewise shipped off to guide in the freedom of an indispensable junction at Le Bourg St. Leonard, yet are disappointed when they are requested to guard the town of Chambois. In the wake of guarding the town, Nichols’ crew and the other safeguarding American units go under assault from a gigantic power of Germans. Guzzo endeavors to call for air support to obliterate enemy positions, yet his radio is annihilated by enemy fire. After two days, the crew individuals get promotions and start their walk to free Paris.
In the British campaign, the player controls Sergeant James Doyle, an individual from the Special Air Service (SAS) Doyle and his crew are dropped into France to help the Maquis Resistance in a few activities to diminish the battling ability of the German powers battling in Normandy. Doyle and the gathering are isolated from the remainder of their crew when their plane is destroyed. Doyle, his squadmates, and the Maquis salvage a kidnapped MaquIs member known just as Marcel, who figured out how to take the plans of a German-held fuel plant.
In the Canadian campaign, the player controls Private Cole of the fourth Canadian (Armored) Division, driven by World War I veteran Lieutenant Jean-Guy Robichaud. The player orders a platoon in the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada. The Platoon is entrusted with catching a German-held mechanical complex and holding off an enemy counter-assault.
The Polish campaign spin around Corporal “Bohater” Wojciech, a Sherman Firefly tank driver in the Polish First Armored Division. Bohater and his group participate in the protection of Hill 262 and bear a hefty attack by the remainders of the German Seventh Army in their attempt to get away from the Falaise Pocket. The group at last track down and shot down Tiger II tank expert known as Richter “The Black Barron”.
|Release date||AU: November 7, 2006|
EU: November 14, 2006
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are Call of Duty 3 system requirements?
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo Or Higher
RAM: 1 GB
Processor: 2.8 GHz
Graphics Card (VGA): 256 MB
Total Required HDD Space: 6 GB
Operating System: Windows XP, Windows 7 and 8
Which Call of Duty games has zombies?
Call Of Duty: World at War (+ mods on PC), Call of Duty: Black Op, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Call of Duty: Black Op 3, and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.