The follow-up to the #1 next-generation game, Call of Duty 3 delivers the intensity of being closer than ever to the fury of combat during the Normandy Breakout, the historic campaign that made the liberation of Paris possible and brought the Allies a step closer to Berlin. Through a seamless narrative that delivers the rush of unrelenting battle and breathtaking action, players assume the roles of four ordinary Allied soldiers—American, British, Canadian and Polish—and are thrust onto an authentic, living battlefield for an unprecedented variety of combat, with advanced high-definition graphics, detailed character animations and explosive on-screen action, delivering the most immersive and cinematically intense war experience ever.
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• The Power of Next-Gen – Built from the ground-up for next-gen consoles, Call of Duty 3 brings the battle to life with advanced graphics, a new physics engine, a procedural environment and detailed ensemble animations that deliver the most cinematic war experience ever.
• Battle Actions – An all-new close-quarters battle mechanic allows players to fight hand-to-hand, improvise explosive devices, disarm traps and execute a host of other battlefield situations that require cunning and rapid reflexes to survive.
• Branching Mission Paths – Next-generation level design provides multiple attack routes that let players decide how to confront the enemy – flank an opponent, or hit him head-on. Each unique mission path requires special tactics, from sniping and demolition to all-out head-on clashes.
• Nowhere to Hide – Environmental physics allow players to destroy enemy soft cover hideouts, forcing foes out in the open. But be wary, opponents can eliminate your protective coveras well.
• Team-based Multiplayer with Vehicles – Combined arms and team-based combat provides unprecedented depth and variety by allowing up to 24-players to battle it out online with the option of single or split-screen Internet play. Gamers have the choice to play as infantry or commandeer multiple-occupancy vehicles, including tanks, jeeps, and motorcycles with side-cars, leading to unique mobile combat roles for all-out, multiplayer mayhem. Call of Duty 3 also offers soldier classes, each with class specific abilities, and a ranking system for truly diversified squadcombat.
Call of Duty 3 is rated
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Rated 5 out of
Call of duty 3Call of duty is classic always one of my favorites
Date published: 2019-07-16
Rated 2 out of
A stain on Call of Duty historyI’ve always disliked this game. The game feels rushed (then again, I heard it was made in less than 8 months, that explains a lot). The levels are way longer than they need to be, to the point where you just wanna go on easy just to beat the mission quickly. The graphics are sloppy, stuff floating off the ground, everything either being brown or super shiny, enemies and objects just appearing and dying out of nowhere. Call of Duty 3 was also the first game to feature rag doll physical, and boy does it show. In the rare instances when your actually immersed in the gameplay, you’ll shoot an enemy and he’ll fly 10 feet in the air, breaking your immersion. The rag doll physics are so bad that the developers made an entire achievement requiring you to make a ragdolll fly in the sky. What else? Oh, the characters are bland, the only time they actually have some personality is in the first mission, but for the rest of the game, their treated as nothing more than generic NPC’s. There are also vehicle sections, which have terrible controls and much like the other missions, go on way longer than they should. Also unskippable cutscenes. The only thing that I actually “liked”, was the fact that a character from the original Call of Duty makes a return in Cod 3. Overall, Call of Duty 3 is a bad game. But, in cod 3’s defense, the game was made in only like 8 months, so development was truly rushed. I wouldn’t recommend this.
Date published: 2019-06-11
Rated 2 out of
okayit bothered me that I couldn't sprint and that I can only have two guns at a time. Idk why but it did. The graphics weren't fantastic. The game would freeze up at times and i would have to restart the checkpoint.
Date published: 2018-09-17
Rated 5 out of
Great shotgunsThis game was the best I like it because of the best shotguns
Date published: 2018-09-09
Rated 3 out of
A good jumping in point.This game is a good title to jump into the Call of Duty series. It is a world war 2 FPS that were dime a dozen when it was released. The campaign is pretty good considering the Treyarch team only had 8 months to make it. From what I understand, this was the first Treyarch game as well. The multiplayer servers are dead so you will only be playing this game for the campaign.
Date published: 2018-06-17
Rated 4 out of
Good gameBought this a few weeks ago and when I got it I couldn't put my controller down. For 2006 the game is great. The campaign mode is awesome and has a good story line. My only negative point is that the local multiplayer sucks. I tried playing with my friend and instead of there being two teams of me my friend and some A.I.s it was just me and my friend in a huge map by ourselves. Other than that a great game.
Date published: 2018-01-23
Rated 5 out of
After all this time, this game is still awesomeMuch like 'Burnout: Revenge', Call of Duty 3 holds a nostalgic value and I would spend hours on this game and as soon as I came home from middle school, I would be in my room and almost never came out.
I was new to the Call of Duty franchise, WAAAAYYY before it got ridicules today but when I've first played Call of Duty 3 on the Classic Xbox, this game was a delight and now that I have it on my 360, as mention, pure nostalgia. I loved the idea that it was all set in World War II (WWII) and I felt like that I was actually there and I was playing as a soldier who might've existed and you would experience what that soldier experience and it felt very authentic to me and I loved it.
This game is still really awesome, even to this very day and I love it a lot.
Date published: 2016-01-15
Rated 5 out of
InsaneI am very satisfied with this game. I've had it for a few years and it's still really entertaining. I don't mean to spoil anything, but after you do the basic tutorial, you get thrown in a massive, and I mean, MASSIVE battle. Buildings are blown up, all you hear is gunfire and explosions, and my reaction to this the first time I played was "woah". The campaign is very fun since the levels take a good length of time to complete and show a good difficulty. The multiplayer doesn't disappoint, but I recommend playing online in comparison to split-screen since most of the maps are really big. Overall, I would say that this game is for any Call of Duty fan, and it shows how intense warfare was 70 years ago.