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The hype train is really starting to pick up steam for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. The latest teaser trailer gives a hint at the new enemy that players will presumably face off against (or even possibly join, depending on how the story plays out), arriving just ahead of its official announcement.
It's Infinity Ward's time to shine with their outing of this year's Call of Duty, and while we don't know for sure what it will be, it appears as if we'll find out soon enough when Activision and Infinity Ward make the announcement, which is rumored to be next Tuesday.
There have been some murmurs among the Call Of Duty community about the possibility of the new game being set in space—and people were not happy about it. But now, a recent leak may have just unveiled what Infinity Ward plans on titling the newest installation in the Call Of Duty franchise.
Only the most dedicated Guitar Hero fans will likely remember that, for a time, Activision planned on launching an MMO set within the game's world. Even fewer will remember why said game got canceled but, thankfully, the Unseen64 video series has provided all the details.
Treyarch and Activision will be running a double XP weekend in Call of Duty: Black Ops III, leading up to the release of the new expansion called Eclipse. The double XP weekend is underway right now, starting April 15th and going through April 18.
So while the new Ghostbusters film is releasing this summer with its all-female cast, publisher Activision has stepped forward to confirm the movie will now be getting its own video game.
In less than a couple months, E3 will be taking the video game universe by storm, but there’s been a lot of controversy surrounding the ever-popular video game convention. E3 has got to do something different, otherwise they will disappear from the gaming world entirely.
Call Of Duty will probably always be known for its ever-popular zombie mode. I mean let’s be honest, the first time I ever played Call Of Duty, it was the zombie mode in World At War. That’s what got me hooked, so it’s no surprise that the upcoming DLC for Call Of Duty: Black Ops III has a trailer fit for any fan of the undead.
Activision has confirmed that the U.K., based development studio, Freestyle Games, has suffered layoffs following a consultation period for affected staff members. The number of the layoffs was not revealed but Activision did confirm that they appear to be moving in a different direction with the remaining staff.
Treyarch and Activision have released some new details on the upcoming expansion pack for Call of Duty: Black Ops III. This will mark the second of four major DLC packs they have planned for release on home consoles and PC, and it's due for release on the PS4 starting April 19.
The Call of Duty series may be gunning for the stars in its next outing, as reports are rolling in that the upcoming game in the storied FPS franchise will be set in space. And we’re not just talking a mission or two here, but straight-up war of the future, sci-fi combat.
In case you haven’t played a Call of Duty game in a while, Activision is offering PC gamers a limited opportunity to purchase a “Multiplayer Starter Pack” that grants access to a sampling of the game’s competitive mode without having to fork over full price for the entire game.
One of the largest gaming publishers in the world just got hit with layoffs. That lets you know how volatile gaming can be at times. Activision was asked about the layoffs and they confirmed that they did have to let people go from their Minneapolis, Minnesota location due to the poor sales of last year's Guitar Hero Live and Skylanders Superchargers.
A lot of fans of Crash Bandicoot have been clamoring and begging for a new entry in the series. We haven't seen Crash Bandicoot in a game since 2010's Crash Bandicoot Nitro Kart 2 for mobile devices (assuming you want to count that as a real game) but there might be a real entry in the series on the way, according to NECA.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 from Activision and Treyarch is set to receive the new Awakening DLC expansion that's part of the season pass for the game. The DLC is being aggressively promoted with teaser trailers spotlighting each map in the pack. The latest trailer focuses on the “Rise” multiplayer deathmatch map.