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Call Of Duty Demo Gets Universal Release 11

Thanks to several readers for pointing out the PC demo for Activision's World War II FPS Call Of Duty has been released - there are mirrors at Gamer's Hell, 3D Gamers, and a BitTorrent via FileRush, and Blue's News, as well as providing a longer list of mirrors, clarifies: "The 174 MB demo offers the single-player Burnville mission from Infinity Ward's upcoming shooter." This public release follows last night's controversy over the demo's exclusivity to FilePlanet, and Activision's subsequent change of heart, following a petition from many of the major game sites.
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Call Of Duty Demo Gets Universal Release

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  • "Call Of Duty Demo Gets Universal Release"

    Suddenly, Omicron Persiae 8 doesn't feel far away enough.
  • Major game sites? (Score:2, Interesting)

    by MMaestro ( 585010 )
    More like cheap, inexpensive mirrors. Their own site doesn't have the demo up. I guess they wanna save money and bandwidth by having other sites post it up. Goes to show how much trust management has in the game if they don't think they can spare the cash to pay bandwidth expenses.
  • Wow, just amazing. I'll be buying it that's for sure. Even better than MOHAA. The demo is way too short though.
  • Great. (Score:3, Interesting)

    by TheSHAD0W ( 258774 ) on Saturday August 30, 2003 @11:55AM (#6833101) Homepage
    Company does stupid thing, Slashdot gives them publicity. Company corrects its stupid mistake, Slashdot gives them even more publicity. Don't you think this is simply going to induce more companies to do stupid things just to get more notice?

If all else fails, immortality can always be assured by spectacular error. -- John Kenneth Galbraith