Friday 18 August 2006
We've got hold of two videos that demonstrate the intensity of action that you can expect from Call of Duty 3, the WWII first-person shooter due for release on Xbox 360, PS3, PS2 and Wii this November.
Both videos - available on the movies tab above - show how you'll get assistance and orders from the AI soldiers that fight alongside you. The AI help is one of the game's strengths with you never left to play the super-solider and take on the enemy by yourself - instead there's always the feeling of being part of a combined effort.
The footage also shows some stunning real-time set-pieces including a fighter plane crashing through a church bell tower; developer Treyarch has been able to include spectacular action in the game as Call of Duty 3 is more linear than the previous games.
Treyarch found that most gamers took the most obvious route in Call of Duty 2, despite there being numerous options. So, by lessening the options in Call of Duty 3, it has managed to include more scripted events that will continually keep gamers on their toes.