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Activision and Infinity Ward's latest entry in the Call of Duty series is called Infinite Warfare and gamers are not happy about it. Infinity Ward's design director ran to the game's defense following a less-than-stellar reception to the game's announcement.
Activision is rumored to be prepping for a big announcement for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. That's supposedly going to be the next title in the series, and ahead of the big announcement some new details leaked for the game.
You may have noticed that Call of Duty: Black Ops III underwent an update today. A few extra tidbits have been bolted on to the map that, some say, points to the next game in the Call of Duty series.
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.
Gamers in general were not too pleased with the multiplayer beta of DOOM. They called it a crossbred abomination between Halo and Call of Duty. Even more than that, PC gamers were displeased with the limited specs, and id Software says they will address some of these concerns.
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.
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.
From the moment you set eyes on the trailer, all gamers can really think about is “This looks so much like a video game in first-person.” Hardcore Henry has been described as a mix of Call Of Duty, Jason Bourne and Captain America. While that description might sound a little wonky, it’s because it is. And now, Hardcore Henry is being turned into a video game, because that’s really what everyone was thinking when they saw the trailer anyways, right?
Bulkhead Interactive's first-person, World War II shooter, Battalion 1944, recently landed on Kickstarter and within the span of just three days the game managed to surpass its funding goal of $142,000. It's already accrued more than $216,000 and is currently gunning to hit those stretch goals.
Brian Horton recently departed ways from Crystal Dynamics after completing and shipping Rise of the Tomb Raider for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One. However, he won't be spending any downtime to relax because he's been scooped up by Infinity Ward, who are most likely prepping to unleash their Call of Duty title later this year.
Amazon has released a statement highlighting stats and figures for a record-breaking holiday season for the online realtor and included in those details you'll find mention of the three top-selling games in recent months.
While recent studies show that more folks than ever are playing video games, it looks like only a fraction of those people are willing to identify themselves as a “gamer.” Now, the Pew Research Center has done a study about exactly that.
Call of Duty has dominated the first-person shooter market for over 12 years with plenty of spin-off games and oodles of fan-friendly merchandise. With the release of their twelfth installment in the series, Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, Treyarch introduced players to a much more intense world...
Since Call of Duty is traditionally one of the most-played competitive games on the planet, it makes sense that the series would eventually make a more direct move into the eSports scene. That shift is actually coming sooner than you might think, and we’ll be getting some additional details sometime next week.