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Activision has announced that, through the weekend, folks playing Call of Duty: Black Ops III have the ability to buy a trio of “Calling Cards” for their in-game character, with proceeds from this special set of items going to support the Call of Duty Endowment, which supports U.S. veterans.
When Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare debuted with its new trailer, players’ responses weren’t as gleeful as Activision had hoped. At the reveal of a space setting, fans went into a tizzy with complaints about the new information.
In Uncharted 4, there are three different Strange Relics you can find in the game, all of which are in discreet locations. But if you’re deadset on getting that Crash Bandicoot Strange Fruit, we have news for you. Because getting the beloved Wumpa fruit reference is not quite as complicated as it sounds.
Disney Interactive has been surprising fans of all ages with Disney Infinity playsets, a direct competitor of Activision’s Skylanders playsets. But after many years of milking Disney movie releases to regurgitate products like the ever-popular Frozen figures for Disney Infinity, Disney Interactive announced suddenly that they were cancelling Disney Infinity.
WARNING: SPOILERS. With the voice actor for Crash Bandicoot’s Dr. Neo Cortex making a mysterious post about the possible return of a doctor that he’s voiced, Crash fans are fidgeting in their seats about whether or not we might hear positive Crash news. But does the newest Naughty Dog title, Uncharted 4, give away some hints to a Crash Bandicoot reveal?
In the case of the recently revealed Battlefield 1 trailer, the numbers don’t lie. Not only has the trailer been viewed about 20 million times, but it looks like FPS fans are really, really excited to return to the past for the next installment in the popular series.
Despite having fanboys on either side of the titanic properties, Call of Duty and Battlefield, the developers of both franchises managed to put their rivalries aside to give praise to the latest games that have been unveiled. In this case, the Call of Duty developers gave a fedora tip to DICE's Battlefield 1 reveal.
When Activision pulled back the curtain on its next big FPS, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, quite a few fans took to the internet to spew venom all over every comments section and message board available. Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg decided to address those haters head-on with the best weapon in his arsenal: Calm and collected logic.
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.