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Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

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Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
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Developer(s) Infinity Ward, Aspyr (Mac version)[1]
Publisher(s) Activision
License Proprietary
Series Call of Duty
Version 1.7[2]
Platform(s) PlayStation 3, Windows, Xbox 360, Mac OS X
Release date PS3, Windows, Xbox 360
NA 2007-11-05[3]
AUS 2007-11-07[4]
EU 2007-11-09[5]
JP 2007-12-27[4]

INT 2008-09-26[6]

Genre(s) First-person shooter
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer
Rating(s) ESRB: M (Mature)
PEGI: 16+
Media Blu-ray Disc, DVD-DL
System requirements Pentium 4 2.4 GHz, 512MiB RAM, GeForce 6600, 8GiB HD space more...
Input methods Keyboard and mouse / gamepad


In 2011, a Russian Ultranationalist by the name of Imran Zakhaev is determined to return his homeland to Soviet rule. Zakhaev knows the United States of America would never allow this political shift to happen; thus, he funds a coup in the Middle East, organized by his ally Khaled Al-Asad, to draw global attention to the Middle East instead of Russia. In the Prologue levels, players take the role of Sergeant "Soap" MacTavish in his initiation into the Special Air Service. The player meets the members of his squad and go through a basic tutorial of gameplay, which includes a shooting range and a time trial in a mock cargo ship setup.

The player will then proceed to intercept the real cargo ship in the Bering Strait alongside Captain John Price and Gaz (with several other SAS squadmates). In the cargo hold, the SAS team finds a nuclear warhead draped in an Arabic flag. The ship is subsequently attacked by Russian MiG's, and the team barely escapes from the sinking ship.

Players then switch roles with Yasir Al-Fulani, President of an unnamed Middle Eastern country that borders Saudi Arabia and the Red Sea. Al-Fulani is executed on live television by Al-Asad as a part of the coup.

In Act 1, Soap, Captain Price, and Gaz rescue a Russian informant, code-named "Nikolai." They are supported by Russian Loyalists led by Sergeant Kamarov.

While escaping with Nikolai, their helicopter is shot down, so the survivors must evade Ultranationalist search teams, eventually openly engaging and taking over a small farm.

Later on, the player takes on the role an AC-130H Spectre gunship operator, providing fire support for Price, Soap, and the surviving SAS members.

Meanwhile, in the Middle East, Sergeant Paul Jackson, Lieutenant Vasquez and Staff Sergeant Griggs, along with the rest of USMC Force Recon invade the unnamed Middle Eastern country. After having searched a television studio for Al-Asad, his broadcast turns out to be a recording.

The team then rescues the stranded Abrams tank "War Pig" in a bog under heavy fire from the OpFor.

The Marines escort War Pig through a town swarming with OpFor, back to the highway. They are then extracted by a CH-46 Sea Knight.

Force Recon's efforts culminate in a massive assault upon the capital city. Jackson is assigned to the Mk 19 on the Sea Knight, providing covering fire to ground forces. The squad are then assigned to rescue a stranded advance team. However, as they pull out, their escort Cobra, callsign "Deadly," is shot down. Despite a newfound nuclear bomb threat, the team decides to go back and rescue the pilot. Having spent their time saving her instead of evacuating, they don't manage to escape Al-Asad's bomb in time. The nuke detonates, killing an untold number of civilians, Jackson, Vasquez and 30,000 other servicemen.

Before Jackson dies, he crawls from the downed Sea Knight and sees a building collapse, then perishes from injuries sustained in the crash. Griggs and his team were not present during the detonation, having evacuated in time.

In Act 2, Price's SAS team is tasked with finding and capturing Al-Asad in his safehouse in Azerbaijan. When it is found out that a man named "Imran Zakhaev" is supplying Al-Asad, Price summarily executes him.

Zakhaev's name prompts a flashback mission where Captain MacMillan, a sniper team leader, and Price, then a Lieutenant, are sent in to the first assassination mission authorized by the British government since World War II. Their target is Imran Zakhaev, then a rich Ultranationalist and arms dealer. The two crawl through the abandoned countryside in ghillie suits, silently sniping enemy patrols or letting them go.

They then reach a dilapidated hotel with a clear view of Zakhaev exchanging nuclear fuel rods for weapons. Price takes the shot and dismembers Zakhaev's arm. MacMillan's leg is injured in the escape, and Price has to carry him through enemy fire to the LZ.

Back in the present, Soap and his squad fight their way away from Al-Asad's safehouse to the the Sea Knight "Big Bird" where they rendezvous with Griggs.

Having learned of Imran's association with Al-Asad, Price's SAS team, Griggs' Force Recon squad, and Kamarov's Loyalists attempt to capture Victor Zakhaev, Imran Zakhaev's son, for information. However, just when the strike force corners Victor, he commits suicide by shooting himself in the head to avoid capture.

In Act 3, MacTavish and the SAS squad, joined by an American sniper team and an American Marine squad, attempt to retake a launch facility recently captured by the Ultranationalists. Price knows Zakhaev is outraged by his son's death and threatens to launch multiple ICBMs at the United States. Griggs misses the landing zone and is taken hostage by the Ultranationalists but is soon rescued by his SAS friends. The team then knocks out the power to the ICBM facility, allowing Force Recon to breach the perimeter. Then they meet with the American sniper team, but too late - two ICBMs are launched at the United States' Eastern seaboard, with an estimated 40 million civilian casualties.

They attack the compound and enter the facility, finally reaching the command center, where Soap heroically aborts the missiles in flight by typing in the code amidst a hail of incoming bullets and grenades.

MacTavish, Gaz, Price, Griggs, and some other squad members escape in Russian trucks. The Ultranationalists pursue them and an enemy Hind damages a bridge vital to their escape. The men crash, stranding the squad without support. They attempt to repel waves of incoming Ultranationalists when an oil tanker explodes, incapacitating everyone except Griggs. Zakhaev and two bodyguards come to the bridge to observe. Griggs is shot in the neck while trying to drag MacTavish to safety and Zakhaev executes Gaz. When Zakhaev is about to finish Soap and Price, a Loyalist Mi-28 destroys the Hind and distracts Zakhaev long enough for Price to slide MacTavish his M1911 .45. MacTavish dramatically kills Zakhaev and his guards, and Russian Loyalists and Sgt. Kamarov come to aid the men, evacuating MacTavish and attempting to revive Price, who appears to be unconscious, when the medic attempting to resuscitate him becomes frustrated. A television news report is played mentioning the events of the game, commenting about "nuclear missile testing" and that the search for a missing cargo ship in the Bering Straight has been called off, implying that the true events of the six-day crisis are unknown to the public. In the Epilogue, a bonus mission titled Mile High Club can be played. This bonus mission is seemingly unrelated to the plot. In this mission, you become an un-named SAS soldier. You along with other SAS members fight your way through an airplane full of enemy forces, to rescue a hostage, before free-falling back to safety just before the airplane explodes. [7]

System requirements

In order to run Call of Duty 4, your system must meet or exceed the following requirements[8][9]:

Minimum system requirements

  • CPU: Pentium 4 2.4 GHz or AMD Athlon 64 2800+ or any 1.8 GHz dual-core processor
  • 512 MiB of RAM (768MB for Windows Vista)
  • 8 GiB of free hard drive space
  • Video card: NVIDIA GeForce 6600 or ATI Radeon 9800 Pro

Recommended system specifications

  • CPU: 2.4 GHz dual core
  • 1 GiB of RAM for Windows XP; 2 GiB for Vista
  • Video card with 3.0 pixel Shader support, NVIDIA GeForce 7800 or ATI Radeon X1800



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  • F1: Infinite health
  • F2: One-hit kill
  • F3: Infinite ammo
  • F4: Super accuracy
  • F5: Save position
  • F6: Restore position
  • F7: Super speed (it's way more useful than you may think at first...)

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Introduction cinematic


External links


  1. Aspyr - Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare coming to Mac
  2. Call of Duty Headquarters - CoD4: Modern Warfare PC 1.7 Patch has been released
  3. Activision Rocks German Games Convention
  4. 4.0 4.1 IGN - COD4 Preview
  5. MCV - Tony Hawk’s and COD4 dated
  6. Aspyr - DOWNLOAD Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare™ for Mac NOW
  7. http://callofduty.wikia.com/wiki/Call_of_Duty_4:_Modern_Warfare
  8. Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare Minimum System Requirements on Blogulate
  9. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare on Planet Call of Duty