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MCFARLANE TOYS TO PRODUCE 'CALL OF DUTY' ACTION FIGURES
First Series Deploys to Stores in November
July 03, 2008
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McFarlane Toys announces a partnership with Activision to produce action figures for the upcoming video game, Call of Duty®. The line is expected to hit store shelves in fall 2008, and retail for around $10- $15.

Developed by Treyarch and built using the Call of Duty® 4: Modern Warfare™ engine, Call of Duty thrusts players into the chaos of WWII combat, challenging them to band together to survive the climactic battles of the South Pacific and European theaters that led to the demise of the Axis powers. Re-defining WWII by offering an uncensored experience with unique enemies and combat tactics, Call of Duty offers cooperative gameplay, a franchise first which enables players to fight together like never before.

McFarlane Toys' first series of highly detailed, game-accurate Call of Duty action figures will consist of four soldiers:

Look for Call of Duty: World at War action Series 1 to reach stores in November.

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