Game Trivia

  • This was the first game of the Call of Duty series to have a 'Mature' rating.

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  • Within just two months this became the top-selling game worldwide, selling around seven million copies before 2008.

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  • At the Beginning of the mission "The Coup" are two Arabic banners. The black one on the left translates into "Infinity Ward".

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  • In various missions, increasing the brightness through the use of console commands reveals that the texture for water is actually a bunch of numbers and what appears to be Arabic writing.

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  • In the mission "Aftermath", if you get out of the back of the Chinook and turn left, there is a playground directly ahead. As you approach the playground, you can hear faint sounds of children playing.

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  • The playable character 'Soap' MacTavish had no voice actor until Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.

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Famous Quote

  • Oi, Suzy. -Captain MacMillan

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  • Ghost: We're going deep and we're going hard.
    SAS: Surely, you can't be serious?
    Ghost: I'm serious. And don't call me Shirley.

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Connection to Other Media

  • In the "Mile High Club" level, during the opening sequence when a hole is being cut to drop into the plane, somebody says, "Surely you can't be serious". Captain Price then says, "I'm serious, and don't call me Shirley". This is a line from the movie Airplane.

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  • There is a reference to the movie "The Matrix" at the end of the mission "crew expendable", if you fail to jump from the sinking boat to the plane, you'll get the message: "Nobody makes the first jump..."

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