Call of Duty 1 Multiplayer Cheats
By Topher Drew
Updated September 22, 2017
With multiple award-winning titles in its history, its easy to forget that the game that spawned the "Call of Duty" video game franchise was actually a PC game, and an award-winning one at that. Crowned champion in the 2004 Interactive Achievement Awards' Game of the Year slot, the success of the PC version of "Call of Duty" ensured that future sequels would be produced on a host of platforms.
Enable Gameplay Cheats
To enable gameplay cheats, enter "+set thereisacow 1337 +set developer 1 +set sv_cheats 1 +set monkeytoy 0" in the command line prompt before starting a multiplayer game. When in the game, you can press the "~" key to display the console window. At the console window, enter any code to receive the corresponding effect. Enter the code a second time to disable it.
Weapon, Item and Ammo Cheats
Some of the most helpful and popular "Call of Duty" cheats are inventory cheats, upgrading weapons, items and ammunition. In order to receive all weapons and items during gameplay, type "give all" at the console window. If you are looking for a single specific item, type "give [item name]." Extra ammunition can be unlocked using the cheat "give ammo."
"Call of Duty" also contains cheats that can be used to unlock and play all of the maps in the game. In order to activate this cheat, type "map [map name]" at the console window when prompted. While there are more than 25 maps in the game, some include Berlin, Burnville, Dawnville, Factory, Railyard and Stalingrad.
Although inventory or map cheats are often the most common type of cheats, there are also a host of gameplay cheats in "Call of Duty" that fall outside these boundaries. Enter "god" at the console window to unlock one of the most popular cheats: invincibility. Enter "give health" to receive full health. If you are looking to fly under the radar, type "notarget" and you will be ignored by your enemies. While these are just a few of the widely used cheats, there are also lesser known cheats that can be used to toggle various options such as opponent skill level, screen effects and the contents of your heads-up display (see the second link in References for more cheats).
Topher Drew has been writing professionally since 2010. Specializing in video games and electronics, as well as budget travel, Drew has edited and updated a travel blog for Carpe Diem International Education. He is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in political science at the University of Richmond.