Call of duty the game is sold. It does that. And it usually tops the sales charts every year. Almost every year since 2009. Activision’s combat simulations (we can call them first-person shooters, right?) basically he did just that. Last year is a little different: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III ranked second.
To convey the gravitational attraction COD, As Microsoft struggled to acquire Activision Blizzard, makers of the game series, the Xbox maker had to compromise and ensure that the games came to PlayStation and other platforms. make the purchase.
But this time The legacy of Hogwarts – a game without its own controversy – beat it to the top. It benefited from being the only Harry Potter game in the last decade. There have been 11 Call of Duty releases during this time. Titles aside, there will be a series good. Another thing worth noting: the year 2022 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II still finished seventh.
– Matt Smith
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