Call of Duty Demo Released
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Aspyr has released a demo of its recently-released first person WW II shooter, Call of Duty. Weighing in at 256 MB, the demo is available for download at Macgamefiles.com. The demo will also be included in Volume 2 of the MacGames DVD, which is scheduled to go golden master sometime next week.
Here's a description of the game:
In Call of Duty, you get to fight alongside your brothers-in-arms as history comes alive. In momentous battles from D-Day to Stalingrad, you’ll find yourself in incredibly real terrain, caught in breathtaking life and death combat. You’ll fight as American and British paratroopers and as a young Russian soldier conscripted into the Soviet Army. Whether cut off in a village in Normandy, battling to re-take Red Square, boarding and sinking a German battleship, speeding down German-held roads or rescuing Allied officers from a German stronghold, the dangers are more than any one soldier can overcome. To make it through, you’ll need your buddies around you, and they’ll need you. That’s what war is about, and it’s what Call of Duty is all about.System Requirements
• Mac OS X 10.2.8 or later
• PowerPC G4/G5 at 867MHz or faster
• 256MB of RAM
• 3D Graphics Acceleration required (ATI Radeon 7500/nVidia GeForce 2 or better, 32MB of VRAM)
To download the demo, head over to Macgamefiles.com. If you are an IMG Pro subscriber, head over to your Hot Downloads page to download it off our speedy server.
If you are on a dial-up account or simply don't want to download the demo, it will be included in the next issue of the DVD of the MacGames DVD, scheduled to be go golden master sometime next week. For information on how to subscribe, follow the link below.
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