Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has gotten its Sabotage expansion, with the DLC bringing a host of new features, including four new, epic multiplayer maps, including the return of one of Call of Duty’s most famed maps from Modern Warfare 2, Afghan, re-imagined for a new generation. The four new multiplayer maps include:
Back in the early days of Call of Duty, when the franchise was still set during World War II, the player was often able to jump into vehicles at certain sections of the campaign and freely wreak havoc on enemies with powerful weapons. It now looks as though this type of gameplay may be returning to the series, as new information suggests that at least one level of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will allow players to pilot a jackal craft.
November traditionally sees plenty of big releases as publishers look to get their products out in time for Christmas. This year is no different, making it most exciting month of the year so far for gamers.
Even if you haven’t been gaming all that long you will probably have friends or have heard someone online say that games are much easier than they used to be in the good old days. According to these people, back then every title was challenging and didn’t hold your hand throughout the story mode. Instead, you were left to make your own way and die painfully hundreds of times. It looks like someone at developer Treyarch believes this too because they have introduced a brand new difficulty mode into Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 that will be devilishly hard, as the player will die if they are hit with just one bullet.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare may have only just hit store shelves but the development team behind the first-person shooter are already hard at work in addressing fan feedback and implementing improvements. Speaking in a Reddit post, Michael Condrey of Sledgehammer Games explained how the developer is hard at work on a number of modifications and gameplay changes and asked fans to provide further feedback. “Here are some of the polish items that we are working on (not in priority order),” said Condrey. “Would love to hear from you on other top opportunities for improvement. Please share your voice and help Advanced Warfare be the best community built game to date.”
Sledgehammer Games are rumored to be working on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 4 for next generation consoles having previously co-developed Modern Warfare 3 with Infinity Ward and Raven Software.(more…)
New footage of the Black Ops 2 campaign as shown at E3. Enjoy.
GoNintendo are reporting a tip off from one of their readers, that GameStop has a listing for Black Ops II…
After yesterday’s major reveal, a ton of new info regarding Black Ops 2 has hit the internet overnight. What we know is that the game takes place not only during the cold war of a near future 2025, but also in decades past during our last cold war. In this decade spanning story we’ll learn the motivations of the game’s new villain.
Popping up today on Callofduty.com is a little video by relatively famous Youtube personality FPSRussia. In it we see him showing off the quadrotor, a futuristic drone controlled via tablet that can pretty much ruin anyone’s day and then self-destruct in your enemies face for a bit of added insult. This seems to be hinting that the next Call of Duty could very well take place in the future, rather than the current cold war and modern settings that the series has lately become known for. An official reveal is already confirmed to be taking place on May 1st so we’ll all have to sit tight until then.
After years of pushing both Infinity Ward and Treyarch to pump out yearly Call of Duty sequels, has the series finally began to lose some of its juggernaut momentum? Apparently so according to a recent Gamasutra article. Despite having a stronger initial debut than previous entry Black Ops, Modern Warfare 3’s sales are currently falling behind by about 4.2% those of Treyarch’s title.
Just like Battlefield 3, the launch of Call of Duty : Modern Warfare 3 was marred by external service issues.