Call of Duty gets the Deluxe treatment
Deluxe edition of Activision's WWII shooter bundles the Game of the Year edition and United Offensive expansion pack.
Activision today announced it has released the Call of Duty Deluxe Edition Box Set for the PC. The bundle includes the Call of Duty: Game of the Year edition, the Call of Duty: United Offensive expansion pack, the Call of Duty soundtrack, and the game's strategy guide.
The original Call of Duty was released on the PC in late 2003, and was well-received. In the game, players relived some of WWII's most epic battles from a first-person perspective. The game was developed by Infinity Ward, which is currently working on Call of Duty 2, scheduled for release this August.
The Call of Duty: Game of the Year edition features all of the game's updates, including multiplayer maps and modes not featured in the original retail version. This edition also has a mapmaking toolkit, as well as improvements to the games multiplayer element.
Call of Duty: United Offensive adds three new campaigns, including the Battle of the Bulge. The expansion, developed by Gray Matter Interactive Studios, also includes new multiplayer maps and modes and vehicle-based combat.
The Call of Duty Deluxe Edition Box Set is rated "T" for Teen and sells for $39.99. For more information on its contents, check out GameSpot's full reviews of the original Call of Duty and Call of Duty: United Offensive.
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