Santa Monica ? Oct. 25, 2005 ? Soldiers?strap up those boots, tighten that buckle and grab your helmet, it?s time to return to battle as Activision, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI) has shipped Call of Duty? 2 to retail outlets nationwide. Powered by Infinity Ward?s proprietary new engine, the sequel delivers an unparalleled portrayal of the chaos and intensity of war with life-like authenticity, amazing special effects, advanced A.I. technology, the most realistic squad combat and explosive action. Call of Duty 2 for Windows? PC is rated ?T? (TEEN ? blood, mild language and violence) by the ESRB and carries a suggested retail price of $49.99.
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