Since Monday, YouTube users have been flooding the reveal trailer for Call of Duty Infinite Warfare, mashing the dislike button in what appears to be a game to see how high a number they can hit.
It may surprise you to hear that YouTube, a place well-known for civility and intelligent discussions, is full of people saying mean things about the new Call of Duty trailer. As of right now, the video has 221,657 dislikes, and that number is going up by a few hundred every minute.
I’ll cut to the chase: It’s Call of Duty. There’s shooting. There are spaceships. There’s a “Space Oddity” cover.
It’s almost May, which means it’s time for your annual dose of leaks and teases leading up to the yearly Call of Duty reveal. As of today, Call of Duty: Black Ops 3's Nuketown map has a teaser for this year’s game, which isn’t announced yet but will be called Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
Earlier today a pic did the rounds showing what was claimed to be a retail flyer, showing that certain versions of 2016's Call of Duty—likely called Infinite Warfare—will also include a copy of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered. Now, Call of Duty’s Twitter account has seemingly confirmed this with a wink. Or, to…
Discovered via Reddit and confirmed via in-house PlayStation 4s, the trending section of the PlayStation Store features a listing for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
They thought they had the bomb covered. No way the other team could get to it. They didn’t count on flying ninja squirrel soldiers, of course. No one expects a flying ninja squirrel.
Quite an unusual choice for a LEGO build, ZaziNombies remade the Wrath of the Ancients bow from Call of Duty: Black Ops III’s new zombie map Der Eisendrache.
From the new Call of Duty Black Ops III: Zombies map Der Eisendrache, we’ve got a a wall-mounted dragon chomping on a freshly-shot Nazi zombie. The zombie-eating dragon is a step toward one of the mode’s more involved easter eggs, but watching a dragon eat a zombie is a reward unto itself.
Today on Highlight Reel we have loads of kills, hammer time, sick rocket mopeds, cowardly uruks, and much more!
Kent Sheely is playing through the original Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, only he’s doing it with one very strict rule: no killing.
The children of Angolan resistance leader Jonas Savimbi are suing Activision over their father’s portrayal in Call of Duty: Black Ops II. They’re unhappy with the game making him out to be a “barbarian,” they say in the suit.
Awakening, the first $15 map pack for Call of Duty: Black Ops III, will be out for PS4 on February 2 and will come out for Xbox One at a later date. It won’t be coming to PS3 and Xbox 360 at all. It’s got four maps (one in a water park!) and the first chapter of a new four-part co-op zombies campaign.
Lately I’ve been playing a lot of Rainbow Six Siege. It’s really good, but I’m not feeling very optimistic about its long-term prospects.
ZaziNombies created a 1,200-piece, 3-foot long replica of one of the most unique weapons from CoD: Black Ops III, the Purifier.
The crouch. One of humanity’s most basic movements. Humans have been crouching since they figured out that going to the bathroom standing up only worked half of the time, but in video games we sometimes need a little prompting.
Black Ops 3 launched on PC with some fairly serious issues, chief among them the fact it ran like stuttering garbage on i5 processors. A week later, is it safe to actually try and play the game if you’d previously been having problems? Probably.
There are too many Call of Duty games. Let me clarify that statement: There are too many Call of Duty games in Call of Duty: Black Ops III.