"Playing video games can make you a better driver," it's not exactly what you imagine. Ironically, studies show that first-person shooters like Call of Duty provide more benefits for drivers than driving games do.
17 Years of Call of Duty: One of the most influential and persistent video game franchises of all time
Call of Duty has made everlasting memories for millions of players around the world, including an entire generation of gamers who've spent their adolescent years with the franchise and continue to stick with it to this day.
I am generally suspicious of games that people say are "better with friends," simply because most things are. Wolfenstein: Youngblood isn't really just better with friends; it requires them. That's not a ding against Youngblood. The game has always been positioned as a cooperative experience. It's a co-op shooter. To criticize it for not being something other than that is unreasonable.
In Halo 5, Master Chief goes AWOL chasing down a mysterious call that seemingly came from his AI ally Cortana. Since he and Blue Team apparently can't properly communicate this to the UNSC, though, the military organization responds by sending Spartan Locke and the Osiris Team after him. You'll switch between playing as the commanders of both teams, alongside three AI companions, in this storyline of chasing after a chase.