Jack Bauer Goes to Pakistan


I’ve been a gamer for over 30 years and have played many game series. I recently decided to go back and play the call of duty 3 game. In this blog, I’ll take you through the story line of this game as well as give you some tips and tricks on how to play it better.


Call of Duty 3 is a first-person shooter game where you play as Captain Price from the British Special Air Service (SAS). The story line is based on World War II and takes place in France, Germany, Norway, and Russia. If you haven’t played Call of Duty 3 before, this blog will help you understand the game’s story better by explaining each mission and characters’ actions throughout the story.

This blog also has tips for game play if you’re new to this type of game or want to improve your skills at playing FPS games such as Call of Duty 3: Modern Warfare Remastered Edition on PlayStation 4 or PC via Steam.

Call of duty 3 levels 1-5

To start off, you are in a plane. You land in Afghanistan and have to take out some bad guys. Next, you destroy a truck by shooting at it until it blows up. Then you shoot down a tank with rocket launchers. Last, but not least, there’s the helicopter which is harder than the others because of its speed and maneuverability.

Call of duty 3 levels 6-10

  • Level 6 (The Crossroads)
  • This level is pretty easy and not too long. It’s also pretty fun, but not too hard or easy.
  • Level 7 (The Bridge)
  • This level is pretty easy and not too long. It’s also pretty fun, but not too hard or easy.
  • Level 8 (Up Hill All the Way)
  • Level 9 (Tank Busters)
  • Level 10 (Rescue Mission)

Call of duty 3 levels 11-15

With the first ten levels under your belt, you’re now ready for some of the game’s most challenging missions. Levels 11-15 are very similar to those in the first half of Call of Duty 3—tough, but still beatable if you keep your wits about you. If you haven’t yet completed them all and want to know what they entail, here are brief descriptions:

  • Level 11: The Fall of Paris: You must lead a Resistance team through Paris to stop an invading German force from taking control of its streets.
  • Level 12: Invasion at Normandy (The Final Mission): You take part in one last mission at Omaha Beach on D-Day, as well as other locations during World War II.
  • Level 13: Escape from Stalag 13B (The Final Mission): This is where it gets tough! You must escape from a Nazi prison camp before being executed by Hitler himself! Good luck!

Call of duty 3 levels 16-20

You’re in Pakistan, which is apparently a lot like Afghanistan. It’s cold, snowy and mountainous in parts, but there are also parts of the country where you’ll find sand dunes and flat desert plains. The game starts out with a short cutscene on top of a mountain range where your helicopter crashes into a rock formation and explodes. You have no weapons or equipment at the start of this level; instead you have to make your way down off the mountainside to find some weapons hidden by dead soldiers from another unit who were also sent up here to investigate. Once you reach them, you’ll find yourself armed with an M16A2 assault rifle with ACOG sights (a very powerful addition), plus grenades and rockets for it too if you want them (you do).

Call of duty 3 levels 21-25

In this section, you will be playing the last four levels. You will fight in the same area and against the same enemies as previous levels, so if you have been following the guide so far it’s not too much of a challenge. These levels are all pretty easy if you just keep your head down and play through them without getting killed. Remember to use your ammo wisely because there is no reason to waste it on minor enemies that don’t give a lot of points or rewards when they die. The last two levels involve using stealth more than before due to how many guards there are in each area; however, it’s still possible for non-stealth players like yourself with patience and practice!


If you’ve read this far, then congratulations. You now know everything there is to know about Call of Duty 3. It’s time to go ahead and play it again—but this time, with a newfound confidence and knowledge in your back pocket. You’re going to do great!

Go back to the past and play one of the better call of duty games.

Call of Duty 3 is a great game to play with friends and family. It’s also a good game to play alone, which makes it the perfect way to spend a rainy afternoon.

Like all Call of Duty games, Call of Duty 3 has an excellent single-player campaign that you can use as practice before playing multiplayer online with other people. If you want to experience both sides of this game, you can choose between playing as US troops during World War II or French fighters during D-Day in 1944.


If you are looking to play one of the best games in the series I would suggest you start with call of duty 3. However, if you want a game that is more focused on story line then modern warfare 2 is more up your alley. But if you like action and other things that go bang but don’t care too much about story line then look no further than call of duty 3.

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