Call of Duty Mobile is Coming Soon!

What looks to be a ‘proper’ Call of Duty game has been announced at the Game Developers Conference for release later this year. Yesterday, Activision and Tencent announced there free-to-play mobile adaptation of Call of Duty. The game will make its way to iOS and Android devices in North and South America, Europe, and other regions later this year. The game, titled ‘Call of Duty: Mobile’...[Read More]

Upcoming Call of Duty Game Won’t Include Battle Royale

It seems that the upcoming Call of Duty will be ditching the Battle Royale, and focusing on story mode, multiplayer, and co-op. The Battle Royale mode was introduced in the most recent Call of Duty game, Black Ops IIII which was released in October 2014. There is a lot of speculation going around on what series the new Call of Duty is going to based in, but there is a rumour that it’s going ...[Read More]

Modern Warfare 2 Remaster Could Come This Year

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s addition to the free PlayStation Plus games for March isn’t the only exciting news for fans of the long-running FPS franchise. The discovery of a new PEGI rating for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered, first reported by Gematsu, gives Call of Duty fans yet another remastered treat to look forward to. The original Modern Warfare remaster (released in 2...[Read More]

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Adds Loot Boxes

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 has been out for a few months now, so it’s great to see that Activision is still supporting their Triple-A shooter with frequent updates. Unfortunately for most (read: all) gamers, the newest update to Black Ops 4 adds loot boxes into the game. This means that there’s yet another system for microtransactions being implemented into the newest COD, which was already a full-...[Read More]

Activision issues refunds for Guitar Hero TV until the end of 2018

Its been reported by Activision that they’ll be issuing refunds for Guitar Hero TV. This will go as far as December of last year before the service went up on January 1st, 2019. So Guitar Hero TV was a streaming service for Guitar Hero Live which allowed players to play songs in a set routine rather than DLC to purchase new songs. Activision did announce the foreclosure of the streaming mode...[Read More]

Crash Team Racing Nitro-fueled trailer revealed

Activision has been kind enough to show off a new gameplay trailer of Crash Team Racing Nitro-fueled. The trailer shows off what the game can do while displaying a lot of drifting the game is known for reinventing. Not to mention, the character animations are much better than the PS1 days. On the original one, Naughty Dog had to sacrifice that in order to have the racing work better. It’s sa...[Read More]

Activison Bungie Partnership Comes To An End

Just two months after Activision’s bad news earnings call, (which highlighted many problems) Activision is pulling out of its partnership with Bungie. “Some of our other franchises like Destiny are not performing as well as we’d like,” said COO Coddy Johnson during the aforementioned call, which took place in November. He went on to say that some players were in ‘wait and see...[Read More]

Activision Blizzard terminates its CFO

Activision Blizzard terminates its CFO Recently, Activision Blizzard have terminated the contract of their CFO Spencer Neumann. In fact the former Cheif Financial Officer was notified on December 31st as the new year rolled in. Accordingly, the company’s statement to the US Securities and Exchange Commission Filing on the decision was “for cause unrelated to the Company’s financi...[Read More]

Glen Schofield, former CoD dev, leaving Activision

 Glen Schofield, former CoD dev, leaving Activision Glen Schofield, formerly of both Visceral Games and Sledgehammer Games, has decided to leave Activision. This move comes after less than a year with parent company Activision after stepping down from responsibilities at Sledgehammer to take on that role. Schofield made the announcement official on his Twitter account on Monday, December 10. His s...[Read More]

Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled revealed

Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled revealed Recently, at the Game Awards Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled was revealed. In fact, the game was revealed by Crash Bandicoot himself in costume. Additionally, similar to the N. Sane Trilogy this will be a remaster of the 1999 PS1 original. Of course, this isn’t just a fresh coat of paint as the trailer shows new features. Of course, you can now use diff...[Read More]

Call of Duty Blackout Could Be Getting a Familiar Map Next Week

Call of Duty Blackout Could Be Getting a Familiar Map Next Week There could be our first Call of Duty Blackout map update next week. In this video you can see the map as it is seen through radar.  As the beam goes around and just North of Nuketown, you will see a round dot appear.  Another teaser going around means this could be a return of a popular Black Ops 2 map. Everyone is talking that the n...[Read More]

Crash Team Racing Making A Comeback

Crash Team Racing Making A Comeback Remember back in 1999 when Naughty Dog brought out the next installment of the Crash Bandicoot series?  Everyone loved this game and some said it was better than Mario Kart. Friends we might not have to wait any longer.  There is word that Crash Team Racing could be getting remastered.  After the tremendous success of the Crash Trilogy, publisher Activision is l...[Read More]

Spyro Reignited Trilogy tops the UK charts

Spyro Reignited Trilogy tops the UK charts Recently, it’s been reported by GFK the top ten games in the UK right now. In fact, Spyro Reignited Trilogy is number one in the region. However, Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee have the most units sold currently. Yet, it’s still impressive for the Spyro series since it hasn’t seen the top spot since the original title released back in ...[Read More]

Call of Duty companion app revealed

Call of Duty companion app revealed Recently, it’s been revealed that Call of Duty Black Ops 4 will be receiving a companion app. Additionally, this app will serve to help players keep an eye on their progress in the game. Not to mention, it works with WWII as well which was released last year. In addition, the app will be available for iOS and Android devices. In fact, you’ll be given...[Read More]

Heatmap revealed for Blackout

Heatmap revealed for Blackout Recently, TreyarchPC has revealed an image from Call of Duty Black Ops 4’s Blackout beta called the Heatmap. Supposedly this map indicates where players engaged in this most while enjoying the beta of Blackout. Accordingly, this map shows that players enjoyed Nuketown and Rivertown the most on the map. All and all, it’s safe to say where most gamers will b...[Read More]

Blackout: Advanced Strategies revealed

Blackout: Advanced Strategies revealed Surprisingly, PlayStation released a new video detailing Call of Duty Black Ops 4 and its new Battle Royale mode Blackout. In fact, Blackout Advanced Strategies details on how to play Blackout. For example, it plays out like a normal battle royale match starting off looking for weapons and finding cool ones like the flamethrower and grappling hook which are i...[Read More]

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