While everybody might have thumbed down Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's lacklustre launch trailer to the very depths of Hell, we had a feeling that it might find redemption in its Mass Effect-like approach to its campaign structure with space dogfights that combine a mix of on-rails and free flight. From this gameplay trailer alone,...
Joey Thurmond believes Activision can avoid paying a big price
Video game corporations are prone to making asinine decisions across the board. Ubisoft is no stranger to misrepresenting titles like Assassin's Creed Unity, Watch Dogs, and I Am Alive, which respectively ended up with an unforgivable amount of glitches, vastly downgraded visuals, and...
As free as the wind blows
When they're not releasing vague teaser images of forlorn looking soldiers, the men and women behind the Call of Duty series are creating seasons worth of DLC packs, all with appropriately silly names. And the most recent title in the monolithic franchise is no excepti
Hallowe'en comes early
We recently learned the absurdly banal names of Call of Duty: Ghosts' four sets of DLC, and now we have a rough date for the first pack, Onslaught. The official Infinity Ward Instagram posted a creepy clip showing off some new arenas as well as a particularly threatening looking axe. The video is set to the theme from
Oh my Dog
We all know that the Call of Duty franchise likes to break all sorts of mindboggling first day sales records, but this time around it seems to have its sights set on something a little bit different: it's gunning for the 'Largest Hard Drive Install for a PlayStation 4 Launch Title' gong. Yesterday, we brought you the news that Guerrilla...
Explosive single player trailer has it all
Fresh from Activision and Infinity Ward comes this latest trailer for Call of Duty: Ghosts, which is all about the single player campaign. Opening with a gunfight set in space, the video is just as bombastic as you'd expect. We even catch a glimpse of Riley, the game's canine mascot, wrestling with...
It'll kill for some perks
As has become normal for PS3 owners, the wait for the latest Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 DLC has lasted around a month; it's almost over. It's confirmed that the third set, 'Chaos Pack', arrives on 13th September and will cost $15 or its equivalent, while Elite members will get it for free. Developer Infinity Ward...