For over 15 years fans have enjoyed thrilling action campaigns, online modes and zombie-killing adventures courtesy of the Call of Duty series. Published by Activision, the games have taken us through a historic World War, nuclear weaponry and terrorism in the Middle East, a worldwide Russian invasion and a campaign set during the Cold War, along with some dives into futuristic weaponry and environments.
Whether controlling CIA operative Alex Mason, Captain Price's protégé John "Soap" MacTavish, Sgt. Paul Jackson, Soviet Private Dimitri Petrenko, Logan Walker and his German Shepherd Riley or a host of other unique playable characters across the series' 16 main releases, players have been able to experience fresh first-person shooter experiences in every CoD title, and with the franchise returning to its most popular form in last year's Modern Warfare release, the popularity and success of the Activision games looks set to continue for the foreseeable future.
Given the vast amount of locations, protagonists, villains and threats, how hard is it to identify the Call of Duty facts from the fiction? With that in mind, in this quiz, WhatCulture challenges you to separate the truths from the lies on one of gaming's most successful franchises!
1. The Call Of Duty Franchise Started Out In 2003.