First published in 2003, the Call of Duty series has been well known as a successful first-person shooter franchise with many games published in the period of more than a decade. The fans of this series have annually assessments based on the collective opinions to vote for ten best games to appear under the spotlight.

The review scores of Imagine Games Network (IGN) are not the basis to form the list, however, people combine it with the throughout quality, endless impression, cultural impact and the entire presentation as the main elements to rank these games.

The current top ten of the best-experiencing games are arranged with below orders:

  1. Call of Duty: WW2

A minus point of this version is that the setting of old-war background and the on-the-scene soldiers were not as impressive as people expected. However, Call of Duty: WW2 was still an amazing game which brought an astonishingly fast-paced and joyful experience to all the players about the World War II, and provided them with a variety of multiplayer modes including War or Prop Hunt. And the special Zombies mode would come back with its scary horror roots. - Mark Medina

  1. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

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Call of Duty - Advanced Warfare

Advanced Warfare illustrated a story whose scene was in the future. The story was all about the advanced military technology company provided the soldiers with Exo suits to increase their mobility. Despite the high appreciation for this new function, that the ex-movements suddenly changed the formula of PvP multiplayer met assorted errors, which led to the elimination of this exceptional movement suit in the next versions of Call of Duty.- CJ Gibson

  1. Call of Duty: Black Ops 3

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Call of Duty - Black Ops 3

This version could be considered as the one having the most additional functions. It was a multiplayer gameplay, and Treyarch brought us some mechanics including wall running and specialists, which were able to become the basis to build up the future Black Ops franchise. The addition of the Specialists allowed us to play our way according to different options in spite of the awkward movements developed in Black Ops 3. Zombies mode in this version could become a spotlight due to its increased difficulty and comedy. And once again, the multiplayer function showed its effectiveness in this mode, as the cooperation opportunities with friends really became a huge attraction to all the players.- Sydnee Goodman

  1. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3

Modern Warfare 3 kept following the acquainted pathway of previous games. It also put an end to the storylines of the predecessors with the last mission. And the multiplayer function continued to get the satisfaction of the Call of Duty fans. However, along with the update on new additions to the game such as the weapon progression system, the efficiency and some small upgrades in the multiplayer suite, Modern Warfare still made an annoying mistake that the guns were stuck at a definite level. Anyway, It doesn’t mean what the Call of Duty franchise had done was a disaster. - Sydnee Goodman

  1. Call of Duty: World at War

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Call of Duty - World at War

This version acted out the background of the 2nd World War with the combat trenches and the seas by a complete turnaround. We could see the transformation from the old CoD formula has set the firm base for the wonderful attempt of Treyarch to bring the Black Ops effect to this game. The four-player collaborating campaign, the combat relating feeling illustration and especially the big zombies Easter Egg which generated a phenomenon, all made the success of Call of Duty: World at War. - Nick Limon

  1. Call of Duty 2

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Call of Duty 2

Call of Duty 2 owned a campaign which reached the difficulty that few games could do. If you looked for a launch of Xbox 360, we could use the term “next-gen” to describe this game. If we put it into a comparison with current games’ standard, the graphics are certainly old-fashioned, however, with the outstanding design of the sound, cinematic concentration or the chaos of the battle, Call of Duty 2 seemed to bring a more extraordinary experience than ever before. Despite the limit in multiplayer mode, this game was designed with such elements to give suggestions to the developers on the development of this mode. - Sean Finnegan

  1. Call of Duty: Black Ops 2

To be the aftermath of the first Black Ops, this version brought us a fresher emotion and kept impress us with supplemental features. The addition of the Pick 10 system and Scorestreaks to multiplayer mode became the basis for the current franchise. Its campaign not only offered the branching storylines which set the base to make Black Ops to the futuristic tech but also turned Zombies to an entertaining but complicated character named Juggernaut (or Juggernog). - Sydnee Goodman.

  1. Call of Duty: Black Ops

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Call of Duty - Black Ops

First to say, if you wanted to become a good single-person shooter, this game was a choice. It was highly-evaluated with strategic multiplayer, astonishing guns’ feeling when using and high-class Killstreaks. This game also marked the return of the Zombies and newly introduced the best two maps in the history of Call of Duty series: Firing Range and Nuketown, which are favorable in all the Black Ops games. - Boobby Amos Jr

  1. Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

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Call of Duty 4 - Modern Warfare

Many players believe that Call of Duty 4 took the lead in the design of campaign and the innovation of multiplayer mode. It brought people the feeling that all these designs were totally different from others and probably reached perfection. No one could deny the fantastic weapons, assorted and attractive maps or the simple idea of the locked killstreaks at 3, 5 and 7 which brought your skills. The flexibility of these functions allowed you to adjust your own experience following your style. Up to present, Call of Duty 4 has been still argued to be one of the greatest campaigns in the history of Call of Duty series. - Bobby Amos Jr

  1. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2

Modern Warfare 2 is considered to be the peak game of the Call of Duty series. The foundation for the expansion of this version was its predecessor Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. By this game, it established a new level for the triple-A-first-player-shooter mode. Modern Warfare brought us back to the frag in many years due to its arguably and lasting campaigns, a new collaborating mode in Spec Ops and top maps specialized for enthusiastic players.

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Call of Duty - Modern Warfare 2

The customization in Killstreaks and challenges in the progression were updated to approach to the perfection and maintain the franchise. From an impressive launch in 2009 with a visual reliability, great music mark, and good gameplay score, Modern Warfare 2 has still been a big rival of the shooter games for 10 years afterward. Some players argue the first position should be Modern Warfare or Modern Warfare 2. However, Modern Warfare 2 was undeniable a wonderful experience of a first-person shooter game. And obviously, it leads the list of Top 10 best Call of Duty of all time. - CJ Gibson