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Monday, May 08, 2006
Call of Duty 3 Available in 2006


The third edition of the legendary Call of Duty game title will be released this Fall and will be compatible with Sony's PS3, Nintendo Wii and Microsoft' s XBOX 360.

"Through the eyes of four Allied soldiers, Call of Duty 3 brings players closer to the fury of combat as they fight through the Normandy Breakout, the harrowing offensive that liberated Paris and changed the fate of the world. Developed by Treyarch, Call of Duty 3 is the follow up to the #1 next-generation game and is scheduled for a 2006 release," reads the Activision announcement, which appeared on the ign.com website.

Call of Duty 3 will be showcased at the E3 game show.


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