Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is a first-person shooter developed by Infinity Ward and released on November 8, 2007 via Activation . The computer game represents the fourth part of the Call of Duty series and appeared for the operating systems Windows and mac OS as well as for the game consoles Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 and a modified version for the Nintendo DS . Also, the game was released for the Nintendo Wii , but much later than the other versions. On November 10, 2009, the successor appeared Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
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For the first time in the Call of Duty series, a continuous action is told. The game is divided into three acts and will start in 2011. Russian ultra-nationalist Imran Zakhaev is helping terrorist Khaled Al-Asad take control in a fictitious Arab state. Meanwhile, there is a civil war in Russia between the aforementioned ultra-nationalists (rebels) and the loyalists. While as an American Sgt. Paul Jackson is chasing Al-Asad in Arabia, Sgt. “Soap” MacTavish intervenes for the British SAS in Russia and Azerbaijan. The first act ends with Jackson being evacuated from a helicopter site together with his comrades, as the task force has received information about a nuclear bomb in the city. From the open tailgate of the helicopter you can see the explosion of the bomb; shortly thereafter, the helicopter is caught by the pressure wave and crashes. Badly hauled you drag yourself out of the wreck and dies within seconds. Al-Asad, on the other hand, has long since flown out.
MacTavish tracks down Al-Asad in Azerbaijan , who is then shot by Captain Price after interrogation. At this point, it becomes clear to the SAS people that Al-Asad is working with Zakhaev. For the following two missions, playing in 1996, you slip into the skin of MacTavish’s supervisor Cpt. Price. Zakhaev should in Pripyat , the city next to the Chernobyl nuclear power plant , with a sniper riflebe eliminated. However, the player only hits his arm and Zakhaev survives. Back in the present, one should capture Zakhaev’s son as MacTavish, in whose role one stays from now on. However, he shoots himself when he sees himself surrounded by SAS and USMC people. It turns out that the coup was a diversionary maneuver for an atomic attack. From a captured base of the Russian army Zakhaev launches two nuclear missiles towards the US East Coast. In the last second you can destroy the rockets by entering abort codes in the air. On the run, the team is shot at by helicopters on a bridge, destroying part of the bridge; Apparently, all team members except Soap are killed. Zakhaev can finally kill him personally with a pistol, one of the dying cpt. Price can still pass, kill. MacTavish, after killing Zakhaev, is rescued by Russian soldiers and still sees a Russian soldier trying Cpt. Price revive. Whether this succeeds is not resolved in the game.
The game is in contrast to its predecessors in an alternative present or the near future, in which there is a civil war in Russia between rebels (ultra nationalists) and the loyalists. The game focuses on the techniques of modern infantry warfare and gives the player control of soldiers in very different scenarios, some of which differ from those of previous call-of-duty games. Heavy combat missions alternate with calmer missions and sniper missions. The change in content to modern combat management also allows the use of a number of modern handguns and technologies. In the 18 single-player campaign missions You play both the British SAS soldiers “Soap” MacTavish and Captain Price, the US Navy Paul Jackson and the gunners of a Lockheed AC-130H Specter Gunship.
The game’s Xbox 360 , PlayStation 3 , and Wii versions provide support for the multiplayer portion of Xbox Live , PlayStation Network Service, and Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection . In the PC version, a multiplayer mode for LAN and Internet is integrated. Through kills, completed challenges and successfully completed multiplayer games earned the player Experience Points (EP).
The challenges consist of:
- Weapon Challenges: With a certain number of kills or hits with a weapon, upgrades (such as silencers and special paint jobs) for the same weapon are unlocked and Experience Points are earned.
- Other challenges: Experience points can be earned with certain, usually very difficult moves (for example, killing two enemies with just one shot from a sniper rifle) .
With more experience points earned , the player climbs 55 ranks similar to those of the US Marine Corps. With increasing rank, the player has an increasing selection of weapons and extras (see: Class Editor).
- CPU: Pentium 4 2.4 GHz/ Athlon 64 2800+ (Intel & Athlon 1.8 GHz Dual Core or better supported)
- CPU SPEED: Pentium 4 2.4 GHz/ Athlon 64 2800+ (Intel & Athlon 1.8 GHz Dual Core or better supported)
- RAM: 512 MB (768 MB for Windows Vista)
- OS: Windows XP/Vista
- VIDEO CARD: 128MB 3d Hardware Accelerated card required-100% DirectX 9.0c compatible and latest drivers (NVIDIA GeForce 6600+ / ATI Radeon 9800 Pro+)
- 3D: Yes
- HARDWARE T&L: Yes
- PIXEL SHADER: 2.0
- VERTEX SHADER: 2.0
- DIRECTX VERSION: 9.0c
- SOUND CARD: Yes
- FREE DISK SPACE: 8 GB of uncompressed free hard disk space (plus 600 MB for Windows swap file)
- DVD-ROM: 6X DVD-ROM
- DEDICATED VIDEO RAM: 128 MB
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How to install Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
- Click on Download Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
- Download the game file via the mirror you are directed to – make sure your internet does not disconnect during your download. How long the download takes depends on your internet speed connection.
- Run the game setup and install it in your desired directory – make sure you choose a drive which has enough space for the game.
- Launch the game using your desktop shortcut.