Method Man does CoD multiplayer. Two new voice packs for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare dropped today for PS4 and Xbox One (with PC coming soon.) $3.99 gets you the dulcet tones of rapper/producer/actor Method Man, while the UK Special Forces pack featuring the voice of Ghost from Modern Warfare 2 is free.
Eurogamer sources have confirmed that a series of images leaked last week via YouTube are referencing this year’s entry in the long-running series, Call of Duty: WWII.
I’ve played every Call of Duty for the last decade, dropping countless hours into the multiplayer modes of Activision’s first-person shooters, always ranking my accounts up to the maximum Prestige level. But Infinite Warfare’s microtransactions make me think I’m going to break that streak.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare didn’t live up to Activision’s expectations, the publisher said today, offering a surprisingly candid assessment of the most recent entry in their yearly shooter franchise.
Since its cast is mostly made up of [GENERIC ARMY DUDES], it’s tough cosplaying as someone from Call of Duty and having it look like, well, Call of Duty cosplay, and not just some guy playing military dress-ups. Unless you’re smart like Tyler Cairns, and opt for the Juggernaut.
The second installment of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s Zombies mode arrives today on PlayStation 4, trading the colorful ‘80s fun park of Zombies in Spaceland with the ‘90s vibe of Rave in the Redwoods. The Crystal Method makes some excellent undead-slaying music. I guess I didn’t know.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s first batch of DLC, Sabotage, contains four multiplayer maps and a ‘90s-themed “Rave in the Redwoods” Zombies mode. It’ll be out January 31 for PlayStation 4, with PC and Xbox One following after.
When Call of Duty: Modern Warfare was first released in 2007, there weren’t any female soldier models in the game’s multiplayer. Now, in the game’s 2016 edition, there is.
Looking at the most recent Japanese sales figures, you won’t be surprised to see Pokémon Sun and Moon at the top. But you might be surprised to see Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare right up there.
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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare didn’t impress me too much but there is one thing the game gets right: reloading. With guns that feel like they were lifted from Perfect Dark, one little touch brings a lot of charm.
Another year, another trio of divergent games united under the banner of a single Call of Duty release. It’s this triple-pronged approach that allows Infinite Warfare to advance the series while simultaneously standing still.
Despite being the platonic ideal of a big budget, blockbuster video games, the Call of Duty series has had its fair share of glitches, and the first Modern Warfare was no exception. Many of them included ways to escape multiplayer maps entirely, falling out of the levels into strange and bizarre mirror universes…
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s “Press X To Pay Respects” is a infamous example of the series use of button prompts as a narrative device. Infinite Warfare has a couple as well, including this scene, in which a character’s life fades away as you hold the shoulder buttons.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare launched today, and while it may be tempting for PC gamers to pick it up through the Windows 10 store at a substantial discount, not being able to battle online with Steam players is probably a deal breaker.
With its relatively bright and cheery atmosphere, lowered difficulty and excellent ‘80s soundtrack, Infinite Warfare’s Zombies in Spaceland mode was almost perfect. Then the clowns showed up. Their squeaky shoes haunt my dreams.
Infinite Warfare’s single-player campaign opens with a stroll across Europa. The sun glints off of the icy surface of Jupiter’s moon, the gas giant looming large in the sky. It’s a fascinating backdrop over which Call of Duty characters do very Call of Duty things.