Call of Duty 3 now playable on Xbox One
Finally, all the hard work that Activision has put into making the Call of Duty catalog available on Xbox One has finally paid off: Call of Duty 3 is now playable on the Xbox One via the Backward Compatibility program.
Last month, Call of Duty 2 was made available on the Xbox One through the Backward Compatibility program, just after Call of Duty: Black Ops III. This latest addition gives Xbox One players even more options for Call of Duty action.
Call of Duty 3 was officially unveiled on November 10th, 2006 — almost 10 years ago. The game was one of the last to be set during World War II and its advanced graphics (at the time) put players into the shoes of a soldier in an intense war field. The game was highly praised by gamers, mostly for its technical expertise.
The Call of Duty series is one the most requested for porting to Xbox One, with Black Ops II topping the list. Several others include Modern Warfare, Modern Warfare II, Modern Warfare III and World at War.
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