Call of Duty, a franchise that used to be very well made has gradually declined over the years. Developers of this franchise used to put a lot of time and effort into developing this game into a fun game, that had a nice community. However, the thirst for money led to hurried game developments and TONS of downloadable content(DLC). Most of the franchise’s fan-base realized that the developing team’s drive to make games was a hunger for money, and ended up in the loss of interest of many Call of Duty fans.
A game that used to be fun to play became repetitive and boring. The campaigns for each Call of Duty game have the same exact elements, which allow you to figure out what will happen next. The multiplayer mode has become pay-to-win, as they have added special weapons that you can only own if you are either extremely lucky, or you pay the money to have a chance to unlock one of those special weapons. Those special weapons are usually quite overpowered in many ways, that favor the pay-to-win players.
Recently, Activision announced the newest Call of Duty game, called Call of Duty: WWII. Seriously? A game that is based around the same exact time and war as Call of Duty: World at War? That just shows that Call of Duty developers are thirsty for money and are just reusing ideas for their franchise at this point. Plus, Call of Duty: World at War costs $19.99 compared to Call of Duty: WWII’s $59.99. Ridiculous!