Call of Duty® - Buyer's Guide

Experience the latest Call of Duty installment, Modern Warfare III, with epic battles and intense Warzone modes. But beware, this game is a major disappointment with numerous bugs, frustrating experiences, and poor design choices. Should you play it? Probably not.
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In the midst of global chaos, Task Force 141 returns to the forefront in Call of Duty’s latest installment, Modern Warfare III. The sequel to the record-breaking Modern Warfare II sees Captain Price and his team facing off against the ruthless war criminal Vladimir Makarov. As ultranationalist forces spread their grasp across the globe, Task Force 141 must fight with unprecedented intensity. Meanwhile, Modern Warfare II throws players into a worldwide conflict, reuniting them with iconic Operators from Task Force 141. But that’s not all - Warzone, the massive free-to-play battleground, offers Battle Royales, Resurgence, and DMZ modes for the taking. Virtual currency, Call of Duty Points, can be used across Modern Warfare III, Modern Warfare II, and Warzone to acquire new content. With each game sold separately and CP purchases usable in other compatible Call of Duty titles, players have more ways than ever to engage in the Call of Duty universe.

Should I play Call of Duty® in 2024?

The good

There are some positive reviews, but they are few and far between. Some reviewers mention that the game has potential, but it’s overshadowed by the numerous issues and frustrations.

The bad

The overwhelming consensus among reviewers is that the game is absolute trash, with numerous bugs, crashes, and frustrating experiences. Many reviewers are extremely critical of the game, labeling it as “crap,” “ass,” and saying it’s “not worth the pain and hard-earned money spent on this pile of trash.” The game is criticized for its unskippable cutscenes, long update times, poor optimization, and lack of polish.


Based on the overwhelmingly negative reviews, it’s clear that this game is a major disappointment. With so many bugs, frustrating experiences, and poor design choices, it’s hard to see why anyone would want to play this game. Even the mentions of potential positives are few and far between, and it’s clear that the developer didn’t put in the effort to make this game enjoyable. Unless you’re a die-hard fan of the series, it’s best to avoid this game and save your hard-earned money for something better.

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