Call of War

Rewrite the course of World War II in Call of War, a free-to-play browser-based strategy game from Bytro Labs. Take on the role of one of the major powers in WW2 and chart your course to conquest, utilizing all means at your disposal. Forge alliances with other nations or rely on your military or economic might and go it alone: the choice is yours.

Each session of Call of War offers up to 100 opponents to ally with or conquer. Other features include real-time troop movement and a huge tech tree with over 120 different advances -- even the atomic bomb. Take on the world and come out on top -- or be relegated to the dustbin of history!

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Call of War

Bytro Labs
Bytro Labs
Release Date
October 21, 2017
Web Browser
Please note this free-to-play game may or may not offer optional in-game purchases.

Minimum System Requirements

Call of War is a browser based game and should run smoothly on practically any PC with a updated web-browser.

If you have old hardware or software, you may still be able to play Call of War, but your game experience may suffer. For the best gameplay experience, we recommend the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge.

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User Reviews (3)

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crypticgrimreaper 1 year ago
Here's a forum post pretty much if you talk about GMs, premium accounts, golders or P2W, then you'll get banned:

The mods, GMs will censor you in their games because everyone who knows a bit about this game, knows that players with gold have all the advantages lol

The OP said, "Seriously - you cannot say anything that has word Gold, GMs or describes situation with their usage. Apparently it is denouncing micropayments which is , at least, is over interpretation leading to unnecessary bans. In my case warning woks and I do not use map DE any more as there is no point in using it."

Another post saying, "1. The rules are written as it is: "The denunciation of Goldmark is not permitted and leads to an immediate warning. The use of Gold is an explicit part of the game. The same applies to the premium account."

It's the same company, but they have 3 different conflicts of the game.

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crypticgrimreaper 1 year ago
Part 2

Also, just to think about this game. Actually, a lot of people get banned, and I think I heard apparently in the ToS of the game, you can't mention P2W, so if you complain in the forums or ingame about anything P2W, then I guess the mods will perma ban you and probably delete your account.

I guess that's why I see so many players getting banned. I feel like I must've seen like 10 - 20+ players get banned, and I couldn't figure out why they were getting banned, so that could be why. Another guy in my coalition noticed that as well, and we both started fresh, first game, like we both had level 1 accounts and now I'm level 30. I probably won't play the game after I finished my campaign, as I don't want to buy any gold just to compete with dedicated try hard golders, who can probably instant spawn a whole entire Army Group in less than an hour...

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crypticgrimreaper 1 year ago
I'll give the game maybe a neutral rating. It's kinda fun, but gold changes everything. I've played for 10+ hours for 1-2 weeks on a campaign as a F2P player, and I noticed how gold bars ingame, the currency could give paying players ALL sorts of benefits from a lot of resources for gold, to boosting morale, army reinforcements, instant speedups for everything, researches and training the army, etc., so it is paid to win. No question about that.

Say, a player has 40k+ gold bars or even a million, and he spends a lot of it in a game. Well, he's gonna dominate, conquer a lot of land, easily boost morale and reinforce his army and whatnot while having a much larger army compared to the F2P player. The golder has an upper hand in every aspect of the game, esp if he's all try hard. You will encounter them in very large matches, and may likely not stand a chance against them even if you join a coalition and ally with other countries, they just have so much power. They could just pretty much rush you AFAIK without much strategy.

You can't even reinforce your deteriorated army, that's almost dead without gold. I haven't found a way, so it takes a day or a half to train infantry and whatnot that's like level 4+, and you just have to send them to the slaughterfest without barely any HP, so that takes many more hours to train more units or even days with low upgrades for a highly trained unit.

That's what I think about the game so far, it would be kinda fun like hoi, but gold is tied to EVERYTHING and it is heavily P2W. I also see a lot of mods banning people for whatever reason ingame, so who knows what they're saying, they could be speaking the truth about the game or being toxic... /shrug

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