PC and Call of Duty have a fateful history together, an epic tale of greatness from small beginnings, fraught with all of the joy and heartbreak that one would expect from nearly a decade's worth of games. When Call of Duty launched back in 2003, it was exclusively available for computers. For you younger readers out there, just take a minute to digest that. There was once a time where Call of Duty on console didn't exist. The very thought was laughable.
The franchise debuted on PC and promptly began carving its path to greatness. In current day, Call of Duty is synonymous with Xbox 360 and home gaming consoles, but the plain truth is; without the PC, Call of Duty as we know it would not exist today. Therein lies the heartbreak in this story: as the franchise continues to grow, it seems to be moving further and further away from the platform from whence it came, rather than refining and taking advantage of the power that PC's offer.