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Crossing the River Rhine in West Germany.

Welcome to the Call of Duty 2 walkthrough! The game has four difficulty levels with Veteran being the hardest. If you are playing the Xbox 360 version then Veteran is where you'll also be awarded the majority of the 1000 achievement points this game offers. The difficulty level can be chosen at the start of the campaign. The four difficulty levels are:

  • Easy
  • Regular
  • Hardened
  • Veteran

This walkthrough goes through all 27 missions which are split up into 3 different campaigns.

  1. This walkthrough is not complete yet, but is being added to regularly.
  2. Enlarge all screenshots and view them in their original resolution, if possible.
  3. You might notice some differences between your game and the in-game screenshots in this guide. For example, the compass design might be different in some of the shots, and there's a lot more blood in the screenshots than should be. These are simply due to the fact that the machine on which the shots were taken was running a modded copy of the game. The compass on the Call of Duty 2/HUD page is what it should look like.

For those who have haven't completed the campaigns before, each new mission will be unlocked once the previous one has been accomplished. This stops you from missing out or skipping missions. The three campaigns are:

  • The Russian Campaign - This will have you defending Stalingrad in Russia, through the cold Russian winter of 1942 and early 1943.
  • The British Campaign - The British Desert Rats are fighting against the German Africa Korps. You'll start off in El Alamein, Egypt and will be crossing the desert fighting Rommels soldiers in Toujane and Matmada in Libya and Tunisia. There is also one special mission which will have you fighting in Caen in France, retaking captured land from the Germans.
  • The American Campaign - You'll start off landing on the beaches of Normandy on D-Day and will be recapturing occupied territory until you finally cross the River Rhine into Germany in 1944 and 1945.