Call of Duty 4
Sequel version to the popular first-shooter game
- Category Action
- Program license Trial version
- Version 1.0
- Size 1.47 GB
- Works under: Windows XP / Windows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows Vista / Windows 7
- Program available in English
- Program by Callofduty
Fight on the battlefields in the single-player Call of Duty 4.
If you're interested in finding out what it's like to fight in a modern world against terrorism, then Call of Duty 4 is the game to play. It travels away from other games in the series. You are in the 21st century, up against some of the well-known terrorist groups in the world. Your missions change on a regular basis, keeping you on your toes the entire time.
In this first-person game you are behind the scope of your gun, viewing what a soldier would see during battle. You need a strong strategy and technique to play, as the adversaries you will encounter have a few surprises up their sleeves in order to try and take you out.
There are new tools and weapons available in the game that can be used to defeat the enemy. You will also find several new tactics at your disposal to fight against the technology of the modern age. Among them are rocket launchers and rifles with longer scopes, which will give you a better chance to defeat the opposition.
While Call of Duty 4 has some of the same components of prior games, you'll find that the enemy is smarter. Navigation is stronger on land and in the air, allowing more ground cover and providing an advantage for both you and the enemy. Furthermore, most of the missions take place at night, which will allow you to hide under the cover of darkness. Missions take place in all areas of the world. Awareness of your surroundings is improved, which makes it easier to lock in on your target and complete a successful mission.
- Realistic playing action
- Navigate all areas of the globe
- New weapons and tactics
- Need to be focused on the game to defeat the enemy
- Some older systems can't handle the program
- Not the traditional gun fighting players are accustomed to