It all finally looks fine for the Call of Duty franchise, as the reveal of the upcoming new entry in it is promising to go back to its roots, a game that has been titled Call of Duty WWII.
Eurogamer reports the juggernaut Call of Duty series will be heading back to its roots in 2017 with the launch of Call of Duty: WWII.
Jackal Assault VR Experience, from the crew behind Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, will launch for free on PS4 for PS VR this Friday.
According to a screenshot shared by Fraghero, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered may release to qualified players one month before Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
Activision now has a new studio under its belt. But this time, it isn’t for making video games. The newly announced Activision Blizzard Studios is working on a Call of Duty film and a Skylanders animated series.
At this point, I really think Treyarch should release their own standalone Zombies game. Check out this awesome trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 that follows four immoral, desperate people who earn a spot in zombie purgatory.
Activision and Treyarch have finally released the official Call of Duty: Black Ops III story trailer, which you can watch above, and which gives us an idea about how ambitious his game’s campaign is.
That’s right, and it is better if we all start getting ready for every developer to begin cutting content from their games that are developed for current-gen systems in order to be able to have a copy of it in previous-gen ones.
The team behind Call of Duty: Black Ops III has revealed a few PC exclusive features for the upcoming entry in the ultra popular Call of Duty franchise, bringing back at one of the most wanted features for multiplayer games.
A titanic team up of Dark Horse Comics, Activision Publishing, and Treyarch are joining forces to bring us a thrilling comic book series based in the universe of Call of Duty: Black Ops III!
SWATting is slowly becoming a major problem, not only in the USA, but in the gaming community as a whole. This is a dangerous trend that has multiple psychological consequences.
I used to be a huge Call of Duty fan, but Black Ops II wasn’t quite the experience I had hoped it would be. After passing on Ghosts and even Advanced Warfare at launch, I finally decided to jump into Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare after a few months when it had gone on sale. The result? It’s not as bad as I thought it would be, but it’s surely not perfect.