News: Activision won't rest until the Call of Duty series is on every platform imagineable.
Activision announced the Call of Duty series is going portable today with Call of Duty: Roads to Victory for the PSP. The game will be shipping out for duty in Spring 2007 and here's what we know so far, straight from Activision:
Developer: Amaze Entertainment
Release Date: Spring 2007
Platform: PlayStation Portable
Suggested Retail Price: TBD
ESRB Rating: This game has not yet been rated by the ESRB.
Call of Duty: Roads to Victory brings the signature cinematic intensity and chaos of battle to handheld fans for the first time in an all-new, gameplay experience that allows gamers to take the #1 WWII first-person action franchise on the go. Featuring all-new missions, never-before seen in a Call of Duty game, Call of Duty: Roads to Victory thrusts players into the boots of an 82nd Airborne Division infantry soldier, a Canadian First Army rifleman (both new to the franchise) and an elite British Parachuting Regiment commando. Featuring a completely unique set of challenges that include mounted machine gun battles, sniper encounters and aircraft attacks, Call of Duty: Roads to Victory enlists handheld gamers into the fast-paced action and adrenaline-pumping intensity of Call of Duty.
Immersive Gameplay ? Designed from the ground up, as an all-new Call of Duty experience, Call of Duty: Roads to Victory delivers epic action through three Allied soldiers' perspectives. Players will face more enemies than ever throughout 13 intense battles.
Meticulously Designed Controls ? Call of Duty: Roads to Victory provides four scrupulously-honed control schemes, allowing players to select the one that ensures an optimal handheld experience. Players will be able to effortlessly change stance from standing to prone, throw grenades and target enemies in order to survive this ultimate WWII combat experience.
Multiplayer Gameplay ? Call of Duty: Roads to Victory delivers a range of multiplayer options for up to 4-6 players to pick-up-and-go in modes such as Deathmatch, Capture the Flag and King of the Hill for quick hitting, over the top action.
High Re-playability ? Soldiers can earn a range of unlockables, including extra weapons, artillery, vehicles and armor, among others through the Call of Duty: Roads to Victory scoring system, ensuring endless hours of re-playability.