Call of Duty 2 goes mobile

Call of Duty 2 goes mobile


Activision’s Call of Duty 2 is now available to mobile users. The World War II action hit has been one of the industry’s best-selling wargames in recent years, mainly because of its painstaking authenticity and attention to detail.

The game features 14 missions, spread over the last five years of the war, all as realistic as can be and all as interactive and immersive as technology allows. Users can take on the roles of American, British, or Russian soldiers, fighting on the beaches of Normandy, in the deserts of North Africa, or elsewhere in a series of nightmare scenarios that sport historically accurate scenery, weapons, and situations. Players have complete control over the actions of their soldiers and can complete the missions in one of several ways, allowing for creativity and flexibility of strategy.

“We have optimized the Call of Duty experience for the mobile user, making it not only a companion to the console version, but a standalone, complete mobile gaming experience in its own right,” said Steve Anderson, senior vice president of global operations for MFORMA, the company that created the game.

MFORMA is the manufacturer of other best-selling mobile games, including Spider-Man, Fantastic Four, Monopoly™, and World Poker Tour™.