- Call of Duty: Deluxe Edition was released on April 5, 2005.
- It was developed by Infinity Ward and published by Activision.
- A compilation pack of the original Call of Duty (in its full Game of the Year edition, complete with its new multiplayer modes, maps, EAX 3 sound support, and mapmaker), plus the acclaimed sequel, Call of Duty: United Offensive.
This package from Activision includes the both the PC version of Call of
Duty and its expansion pack, Call of Duty: United Offensive.
Call of Duty is a first-person shooter set amidst the chaos and turmoil of
World War II. Players begin the game as an infantryman armed with a pistol
and grenades, with additional weapons in the form of rifles, machine guns,
and bazookas earned during their tour of duty. A total of 24 missions are
available, spread across three separate campaigns. Players will experience
the war through American, British, and Russian points of view, allowing
them to step into the roles of three soldiers on the front lines who must
endure three different operations.
Developed by Return to Castle Wolfenstein creator Gray Matter Interactive,
United Offensive adds a number of drivable vehicles to Call of Duty, and
introduces new styles play to the original game’s multiple single-player
stories. Like the main game, the add-on features three separate
single-player campaigns, to provide distinct World-War II era adventures
from the perspectives of an American, British, and Russian solder.