Call of Duty
- 1 Picture of COD
- 2 General Information
- 3 Different Games
- 3.1 Call of Duty 1
- 3.2 Call of Duty 2
- 3.3 Call of Duty 3
- 3.4 Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
- 3.5 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
- 3.6 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
- 3.7 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered
- 3.8 Call of Duty: World at War
- 3.9 Call of Duty: Black Ops
- 3.10 Call of Duty: Black Ops II
- 3.11 Call of Duty: Black Ops III
- 3.12 Call of Duty: Ghosts
- 3.13 Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
- 3.14 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
- 3.15 Call of Duty: WWII
- 4 Remastered Maps
- 5 Trivia
- 6 Introduction to Cheating
- 7 Different type of bans
- 8 MPGH Hacks for COD
- 9 How to Play COD
- 10 Future Updates
Picture of COD
Call of Duty, also known as COD, is an FPS (first-person shooter) game that can be played on Windows and other consoles, including PS4, Xbox One, and Wii U. It is owned by Activision, and game developers such as Infinity Ward, Treyarch, and Sledgehammer Games have taken turns over these years developing each release.
COD was first released in 2003 simply as Call of Duty. Since then, it has become an immensely popular game, with new versions releasing every couple years. Initially, the game was set in World War II, but eventually the games released became set in modern time. In total, there have been currently fifteen official games that were released, and the game has sold over 250 million copies and grossed over fifteen billion USD.
Call of Duty 1
This was the original game, released in 2003. It was developed by Infinity War, and it was set in WWII, following Allied paratroopers into the heart of the battle.
Call of Duty 2
This was the sequel to Call of Duty, and the game plot is essentially a continuation of the first game. This was released in 2005, and developed by Infinity Ward.
Call of Duty 3
This game is still another WWII FPS game, and it was developed by Treyarch and released in 2006. This was the first game to also be released on other platforms, including PS2, PS3, Wii, XBox, and the Xbox 360. This game is still set in WWII, but now also follows the Canadians, Polish, and the French armies after D-Day.
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
This is the first game to be set in the modern era, and it was the first to receive a M rating from ESRB. It was released in 2007 and developed by Infinity Ward.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
This game was another one to be set in the modern era and is the sequel to COD: Modern Warfare. It was released in 2009 and developed by Infinity Ward.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
This is the sequel to COD: Modern Warfare 2, and since there was an executive disagreement between Activision and Infinity Ward, Sledgehammer Games became the company to develop this game. It was released in 2011.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered
This game is a recent release of COD that continued the storyline of the COD: MW timeline. It was developed by Raven Software and produced by Infinity War. It was released in November 2016.
Call of Duty: World at War
This game was set in WWII and uses the same game engine as COD: 4 (aka COD: MW). It was released in 2008, and it was developed by Treyarch.
Call of Duty: Black Ops
This game was set in the Vietnam War era, and it was developed by Treyarch and released in November 2010.
Call of Duty: Black Ops II
This game was the sequel to COD: Black Ops, and it is the first time future warfare technology was added to the game. It also allowed for multiple storylines based on the player's choices, and it was developed by Treyarch and released in November 2012.
Black Ops 2 is also the first Call of Duty game for the Wii U and a corresponding game for the PlayStation Vita, Call of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified, was developed by nStigate Games and also released on November.
One of the biggest changes added to multiplayer in Black Ops II is the introduction of Pick 10, a new system within the Create-a-Class menu. Pick 10 gives the player a total of 10 allocation slots in a class, which are used for guns, perks, grenades, etc. ... The player can choose to allocate the slots however they like, to either have more attachments for a gun, or more perks.
Killstreaks from previous Call of Duty games are now known as Scorestreaks, which are now earned by gaining points (you needed kills before). This allows the player to focus on objective modes.
Black Ops II is also the first Call of Duty game to include a competitive mode. Known as League Play, the mode allows players of similar skill level to be matched together, and play according to the rules of Major League Gaming.
Call of Duty: Black Ops III
This game is the current last game in the COD: Black Ops series, and it was developed by Treyarch and released in November 2015.
Call of Duty: Ghosts
This game is on its own unique storyline, with no other sequels for it so far. It was developed by Infinity Ward, Neversoft, and Raven Software. It was released in November 2013.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
This game is on its own unique storyline, with no other sequels for it so far. It was developed by Sledgehammer Games, Raven Software, and High Moon Studios. It was released in November 2014.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
This game is on its own unique storyline, with no other sequels for it so far. It was developed by Infinity Ward. It was released in November 2016.
Call of Duty: WWII
This is a recently released game that went back to the WWII era. It's focused on the 1st Infantry Division and their movements on the Western Front. It was developed by Sledgehammer Games, and released in November of 2017.
Some maps from Call Of Duty are iconic and are being remastered in other (new or not from the same serie) Call Of Duty games such as:
Shipment is a map that originally appeared in Call Of Duty 4 in 2007
In 2016 Raven Software made a remaster of Call Of Duty 4 called "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered", in this game they made 8 maps from the old COD 4 including Shipment but the map was extremelly similar to the original.
And finally in March 2018 in an update of Call Of Duty WWII Sledgehammer Games released Shipment 1944, the map style is different because it's obviously not in the same epoch. Also, all the spawns of this new map are well known and some players are able to get more than 200 kills easily, a lot of players are upset about this map.
Nuketown, originally from Black Ops I, has been remastered 3 times throughout its lifespan. The original, in Black Ops I, was based upon a scene from Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. The scene in Indiana Jones was a nuclear test ground Indiana Jones stumbled upon.
Nuketown: Easter Eggs
The first Black Ops doesn't have many, if any, easter eggs, but it has some interesting facts. If you look north-east of the map, you should see a bomb. At the end of the game, that bomb will explode.
In Black Ops II, if you hit all the heads off of all of the manicans, it unlocks a mini sub-game on the TV near the bus.
In the third installment of the Black Ops series, you can turn all the manicans into zombies by knocking the heads of all of them within the first few minutes.
Call of duty 1 through 14 are all based off of the same game engine, Quake 3 Arena (Q3A). Q3A was developed back in 1999 by id Software. Since 1999 id Software have made the source code to Q3A publicly available which can be found here.
Introduction to Cheating
"Injection" hacks usually refers to DLL hacks, where the hack injects a dynamic link library (DLL) file into the game for tools such as aim-bot.
Internal cheats are cheats that are run within the game. You typically inject internal cheats, but there are other methods to make internal cheats without injecting a whole DLL (or any executable file).
Rather that it being within the games' process, it will be outside. External cheats are known for generally being slower, but quicker to make.
Different type of bans
Valve Anti-Cheat (VAC) is an Anti-Cheat developed by valve to prevent cheaters.
This ban type can only be handed out manually.
Most of the time a game ban is related to TAC.
Treyarch Anti-Cheat, also known as TAC, is an Anti-Cheat created by Treyarch and was first introduced to Black Ops 2. It has been in every Treyarch developed COD since Black Ops 2.
How does it works?
TAC Works differently from most anti-cheats. It has many different ways of detecting cheats. The most common is their screenshot anti-cheat. The screenshot anti-cheat takes a screenshot of game screen, then scans it for anything that shouldn't be there. In Black Ops III, they have updated the TAC anti-cheat to scan other processes memory. For example, it will scan the titles of other processes, check the file location, view threads, among other things.
MPGH Hacks for COD
Hydra’s Revised Orbital Vsat
This hack was an update to Hydra's previous hack, and it is designed to confuse VAC, although VAC can still detect memory changes from this. It also has a total of three features: Orbital Vsat, Redacted Mode, and Interval Timer. All of these elevate the user's gameplay so they can have a better edge in winning the match.
How to Play COD
To play Call of Duty on computer, first you must purchase it. There are many ways to purchase games for computer; in stores, online marketplaces, and gaming platforms (like Steam). If you're looking to purchase newer Call of Duties, you can do so on steam. Some of you might think it's too expensive to purchase a game on steam, there are ways around this. You can purchase on sites like g2a, which is a large marketplace for selling CD keys. But if you like supporting the developers of the game, you should purchase them off of steam.
To play Call of Duty on PlayStation, you have a few ways to purchase it. Just like the computer, you have the same 3 ways, but the gaming platform isn't steam, its the PlayStation marketplace.
- Major contributions for COD hacks on MPGH
- Different Strategies for different maps
- Popular COD slang
- COD Maps
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