These are many Call of Duty versions and installments available on the market. One nice gift idea is to offer your friend a game version that he/she hasn’t played yet.
Well, if your friend is indeed one of the biggest fans of the game, then this might actually be a difficult task. Do give it a try and ask him/her what CoD versions he/she has played so far and if there’s a particular game installment he/she is curious to try out.
Here are some of the most popular versions of the game that you can get:
There are plenty CoD-themed sweaters, jumpers, socks and other clothes items that you can buy for your friends this Christmas. Make sure the respective items fit them perfectly and choose the color that looks good on them.
Most importantly, this gift idea is a very affordable one and won’t break the bank.
Here are some cool CoD-themed clothes that you can buy from Amazon:
Another gift idea for CoD fans is a really nice backpack that has the game logo printed on it. Of course, a Call of Duty backpack is a gift suitable for kids and teenagers.
Here are some nice gift ideas to get this Christmas:
If your friend is also a coffee lover, we’re sure this Call of Duty-themed travel coffee mug will make him/her very happy. This accessory is perfect for the daily commute, for long office hours or for keeping their coffee hot when hiking.
So, which of these gift ideas you picked? Let us know in the comments below.
FAQ: Learn more about Call of Duty
- What is the best gift to give someone?
Passionate gamers will most likely appreciate any of these best gifts for Call of Duty fans.
- Why is Call of Duty famous?
As one of the biggest first-person shooter series on Windows and consoles, Call of Duty is clearly famous. For similar games to pick from, check out this list of best first-person shooter games for PC.
- Why is CoD released every year?
CoD released every year in order to keep the players engaged. This strategy is confirmed to work.
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in December 2018 and was revamped and updated in December 2020 for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.
This post was written by Madalina Dinita and was first posted to WindowsReport