Frank Woods, for instance, has become synonymous with the Black Ops franchise. In Modern Warfare, the masked and mysterious Ghost has proven popular with large parts of the community. Call of Duty Zombies has several memorable characters, with the likes of Samantha Maxis and Edward Richtofen being fan favorites. However, few characters are more instantly recognizable than Captain Price. One featured in the earliest Call of Duty games, helping lead some of the operations that took place in the second World War.
A similar story is being told in the newer Modern Warfare games, though with a "new" Price at the helm since the universe has been rebooted. For those interested, here is the story of each version of Captain Price. The very first version of Captain Price stems from a World War 2 setting. He featured in the original Call of Duty game as well as Call of Duty 2 , and while he does lack parts of the personality boasted by the newer Price, he shares some equally over the top facial hair.
Wearing a beret instead of his usual hat, this version was an important member of the SAS. He then followed the player character to defend a town near El Alamein, helped them clear out a minefield, and worked with the 7th Armoured Division to destroy some German ships. After some more fighting, Price and his men were eventually tasked with holding Pegasus Bridge. Unsurprisingly, they succeeded, defeating a tank in the process. Similar events of heroism occurred during the Normandy campaign, with Price eventually being transferred to the SAS.
While he still had some fight left, escaping capture and causing havoc at an airfield, he died in During a mission to sabotage a German battleship, an undercover Price was held up at security checkpoint. Worried that his papers would not pass inspection, Price killed the soldier, alerting the ship. While he did defend protagonist Sergeant Evans as he planted explosives, this version of Price was overwhelmed and killed - giving him a very different fate than the first modern version of Price.
The Modern Warfare trilogy features some of the most iconic campaigns in the series, and Price finds himself at the heart of some of the games' very best moments. His first timeline appearance is in the flashback mission with Captain MacMillan, as Price serves as a sniper with the goal of killing Imran Zakhaev. After succeeding in this mission, Price and Soap were assigned to Task Force under the command of General Shepherd.
Price led the group in their missions to capture Vladimir Makarov, the terrorist who would become the main villain of the original Modern Warfare games. However, a Little Bird decimates the upper site of the hotel in an attempt to eliminate both men. As a result, both men are badly wounded, with Yuri impaled on a metal rod. At first, Price hesitated to pursue Makarov after witnessing Yuri's condition, but the latter insists he'll be alright and told Price to not let him get away.
Price continues his pursuit and managed to grab onto Makarov's ride; in which Price managed to kill the pilots and also destroyed the chopper's controls, and is forced to crash on the hotel roof. Price and Makarov, both shell-shocked from the impact, tried to reach a Desert Eagle on the roof, with Price successfully grabbing it, only for Makarov to stomp on his hand, seizing it from his grasp. His attempt to execute Price was immediately derailed when Yuri, freed from his impalement, shot his former friend in the left shoulder.
Angered with his intervention, Makarov killed Yuri with two shots to the shoulders and one to the head. Infuriated by the loss of another friend, Yuri's intervention gave Price the time he needed to furiously and mercilessly beat Makarov, tying a steel cable around Makarov's neck into a noose. He then slammed Makarov into the glass roof, resulting in the glass shattering, and, consequently, the two falling.
Price falls onto the atrium floor just below and survives; Makarov is left hanging from the ceiling. Having finally stopped Makarov's reign of terror, Price lights one last cigar in victory while watching Makarov's lifeless corpse hang. Sirens are then heard as the police seem to arrive at the scene. Statue: When Ghost admits that they have no way combat the Five Knights due to the EMP attack launched earlier and they have no way to locate Hidora Kai and Mace , Price introduces him to Adler, who says that they do have ways to combat the new threat.
He then officially states the group is now a part of the United Anti-Terrorism Coalition , ending the introduction with "Ladies and gentlemen, we're going dark. Adler and the rest of the team start to plan out their assault on Five Knights locations. When asked on how they would coordinate or even reach those locations, Adler presents the team with Swiss mechanical watches, which are unaffected by EMPs.
Price also notes that Adler is not the only Cold War relic in operational state in the bunker, indicating an old helicopter. During all of this, a character named Templar is preparing himself, and he appears to have a personal grudge against the operators of the Coalition. The Coalition begins striking 3 key sites of the Five Knights simultaneously; Price and Soap lead an assault team on the Communication Centre, Mara and her team storm in at the Command Center in Alcatraz , while Ghost and Tank strike a production facility in Hackney Yard.
When Price and Soap attempt to exfil, Templar appears and grabs Soap by the neck, noting he is "glad" to see Captain Price again. Price and Soap devise a plan to take down Templar, but it fails and Templar wounds Soap with his knife and briefly enters a standoff with Price before escaping in a chopper.
Price is forced to tend to the wounded Soap than to pursue Templar. Later, Price, Ghost and Adler discuss the aftermath of their joint operation; Mace is in a Black Site facing interrogation, Templar and Hidora are in the wind, Soap is injured but will be battle ready within a few weeks. It is further revealed that Mara made it out alive, but was wounded badly and is in a coma. Ghost admits that they won the battle and takes an oath that he will "Win the War. Price is later seen again asking Soap for Ghost's whereabouts when he was planning the next op and Ghost was nowhere to be found.
Soap tells him that he hasn't seen him. Adler comes to them saying that he knows where Ghost is, and he is "doing something stupid". When Price asks what Adler has done, he replies that he told Ghost about the operation in Siberia. Some time later, Price and Soap arrive at the Soviet base, remarking on Ghost's rashness, and start searching the area. They soon find a folded paper on the bloodied ground, and as Price opens it, he finds Ghost's dog tag.
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