Call of Duty
Some Call of Duty games are rated MA15+, for strong themes and violence, others are rated R18+.
What is Call of Duty?
Call of Duty is a franchise of several multiplayer first-person shooter games published by Activision. The original game focused on the Second World War, but subsequent games have been set in different times and places, including futuristic worlds and out of space. Players are put in teams with other players who they can voice chat with as they progress through the game. In-game purchasing is used to unlock extra features such as more weapons or to access new levels. Call of Duty can be played on a gaming console or PC and mobile apps are also available. Games in the franchise include Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Call of Duty: Black Ops and Call of Duty: World at War.
How do people use Call of Duty?
Lean more about the benefits and risks associated with how people use multiplayer games like Call of Duty.
Call of Duty is used for
Voice chat apps like Discord are also commonly used by online gamers.
How can you report online abuse, ask for content to be removed or block someone?
There is no single pathway to report abusive behaviour in games in the Call of Duty franchise.
- Report a player
Search for ways to report a player who is being offensive or abusive in individual games in the Call of Duty franchise.
How can you protect your personal information?
- Online safety guide
Explore Activision’s online safety guide for Call of Duty to learn how to make your account as secure as possible.
Outlines how Activision collects, stores and uses your information.