Call of Duty: Online

Captain America saves the day in Call of Duty Online live action trailer

It's Captain America meets Call of Duty... Online and in China.

Call of Duty owner Activision has a tradition of creating flashy live action trailers for its Call of Duty games, tapping up the likes of Iron Man actor Robert Downey, Jr and Megan Fox, and it's done the same for Call of Duty Online.

Call of Duty Online, or CODOL, is currently a China-only free-to-play Call of Duty game built on a microtransaction business model. Activision partnered with enormous Chinese company Tencent to bring the game to market, and it's about to leave open beta and launch proper.

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Call of Duty Online announced and shown in video form

Call of Duty Online announced and shown in video form

A free-to-play game for the Chinese market.

Update: Turns out that Singularity dev Raven Software and Activision Shanghai have collaborated to make Call of Duty Online.

Original story: Call of Duty Online has been revealed by Activision Publishing and Chinese partner Tencent.

It's free-to-play and only, it seems, for the Chinese region. Apparently Call of Duty Online has been in development for two years.

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