What’s New in the Call of Duty Franchise


Call of Duty is the most popular first person shooter game out there! It’s been around since 2003 and has added many new features over the years. Let’s take a look at some of these new features:

Create-A-Class (Loadouts)

Create-A-Class is a system that allows players to customize their loadouts. Users can choose the weapons, perks and attachments they want to use in battle. There are 10 slots available for you to fill with these items, making it possible to create many different customized loadouts for your character. You can also choose from a wide variety of options when creating each class.

In Modern Warfare 3, there were two main classes: Assault and Support. Each class had its own special abilities, but the way they worked was essentially the same: each weapon could be equipped with one attachment at a time; if you wanted another attachment on that weapon then you had to sacrifice either an extra perk or another attachment slot (this is what we’re going over here).

Gunsmith and Weapon Attachments

The Gunsmith and Weapon Attachments are two new features that allow you to customize your weapons.

The Gunsmith feature allows players to create their own weapon, adding a range of attachments to it as well as paint them in different colors. They can also add camo patterns or calling cards to the weapon. This is done by selecting a gun from a list, customizing its appearance using an assortment of options and then save it in your collection so that other players will be able to see your unique creation in the multiplayer lobby. You can change all aspects of the weapon including its name, description or even what type it is (SMG/AR/snipers).

Customizable Killstreaks

Customize your killstreaks! If you’re a pro-gamer who loves to tweak their loadouts, then the new customizable killstreak system will help you out. You can now choose how many kills you want to earn per life, and the order in which you want your rewards delivered. For example, if I want my UAV drone to appear after four kills instead of five, I can do that.

Or maybe I just want all my killstreak rewards in one go? No problem! Just select “Collect All” and watch as every single one appears at once on screen. Don’t worry about losing any of them either—if they’re destroyed while they’re away from home base (and not currently collecting), they’ll respawn back at HQ so that nothing gets wasted!

Warfare and Ground War Game Modes

The Call of Duty franchise is back and better than ever with its latest installment. With the return of a classic game mode, a new mode that combines two popular game modes, and the addition of many other features, there’s always something to look forward to in this year’s Call of Duty title.


Warfare is a hybrid game mode that combines the fast-paced action of Team Deathmatch and the tactical gameplay of Domination. The objective for both teams is to get as many kills as possible within a set time limit by capturing flags placed throughout each map. Teams will earn points for every flag they capture or kill an enemy player while holding it. Once one team reaches 100 points they win the match! This new game mode has been described by fans as “addictive” due its unique gameplay style that can be played both casually or competitively depending on your preference!

Battle Royale Mode

Battle Royale is a genre of video games that originated as a mod for the ARMA series and was later developed into standalone games. Battle royale games are survival games where players fight against each other until only one player remains in an open-world environment (generally on a map that decreases in size as time passes). Battle Royale has become increasingly popular since its inception, with many titles published by major game developers using this mode as a way to increase their audience.

Players start off with nothing but their clothes and whatever weapons they can find, then have to scavenge for better items; usually it’s important to have some kind of protective armor at all times because your enemies will use hit-scan weapons like pistols and SMGs that deal immense amounts of damage. Anyone who dies is out until next round starts again!

Specialist Characters

The Specialist Characters are a new type of character that offers a new way to play Call of Duty Multiplayer. They’re more than just a new weapon and ability, they are a new way to play!

These specialists are also all from different backgrounds, including an athlete, scientist and hacker. Each one has their own unique skillset which allows them to excel in their area of expertise whilst offering something different from other players online.

Zombies Mode

Zombies is a multiplayer game mode in the Call of Duty franchise, which can be played either solo or cooperatively with up to four players. In Zombies, players fight against hordes of zombies, who take on various forms and abilities depending on where the player is in their playthrough. Zombies can be played on many different maps, each with its own unique setting and story; some maps are open-ended missions that allow players to explore at will while others contain fixed plots for a certain number of rounds (which may also include traditional competitive multiplayer modes).

Campaign Missions

The campaign missions are the story mode of Call of Duty. In these missions, you are playing a soldier and completing objectives in a particular order. The campaign is where you will learn how to play the game and get used to controls and mechanics that will help you succeed in multiplayer games.

The campaign also gives players a chance to learn more about their character and what role they play in Call of Duty’s world. For example, if your favorite character dies early on in one mission, it can be very frustrating if they don’t return until later on—unfortunately this happens sometimes!

The Call of Duty franchise has added many new geatures over the years.

The Call of Duty franchise has added many new geatures over the years. The new features are great, and they make the game more fun, more challenging, and more realistic.


It’s been an exciting time for Call of Duty fans. The game has come a long way since its original release in 2003. Over the years, developers have added many new features and game modes to keep up with changing trends in the gaming world. With each release, it seems that there is always something new to look forward to—whether it’s an innovative take on multiplayer gameplay or a fresh take on zombies mode. It will be interesting to see how they continue evolving as they develop future games!

Leave a Reply