Activision’s Call of Duty franchise is one of the bigger names when it comes to online multiplayer games and also in the FPS genre. It has been going on for years, with Activision pretty much never failing to launch a new Call of Duty title a year. So for fans of the franchise who want to learn more about it, you’re in luck.

Devolver Digital Films has recently announced that the upcoming Call of Duty documentary “CODumentary” will be seeing a release in September. This will tell the story of how the Call of Duty series came about since its creation way back in 2003 by Infinity Ward, and how it has evolved from then until now, and how it has dealt with the competition along the way.

The documentary is written, directed, and produced by Jonathan Beales. According to Beales, “One of the biggest challenges making the film was encapsulating a 15 year timeline into 93 minutes. I was very fortunate to work with a lot of great people whose input and contribution really helped make this happen. It’s a rich story of evolution told through the eyes of games developers, fans, industry experts and professional players.”

The documentary will be made available worldwide through the Steam store and VOD via Amazon on the 19th of September, where it is also expected to launch on a variety of video platforms after that, and will also have a physical Blu-ray/DVD release in the future.

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