It’s like the Call of Duty version of extreme couponing. Last weekend, Infinite Warfare’s Double XP weekend allowed many players to stack up bonuses and challenges to snag over a million XP from just one multiplayer match. One enterprising streamer even racked up 2.5 million XP in a single game.
I’ve been a fan of Treyarch’s Zombies modes ever since “Nacht der Untoten” graced Call of Duty: World at War. I’ve been dying to revisit the classic maps, but with my PS3 long out to pasture, I haven’t had the chance. Now, thanks to Zombies Chronicles, I can play the classics again in stunning new detail.
The $49.99 season pass for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare gets you four map packs with four new multiplayer maps each. What it doesn’t guarantee is that these new maps will actually come up in multiplayer matches online. In my experience so far, playing a DLC map is like finding a unicorn.
Just over a week ago this guy revealed Black Ops III’s fifth and final Zombies DLC would be a collection of eight remastered maps from previous games by unzipping a hoodie. Set to release on Tuesday of this week, here are some videos showing just what they’ll look like.
If you start to get Metal Gear Solid vibes off of the new Zombies Chronicles expansion for Call of Duty: Black Ops III, there’s a good reason: Treyarch has tapped artist Yoji Shinkawa to create portraits of the game’s characters.
Announced last week via hoodie unzip, the eight remastered maps of Call of Duty: Zombie Chronicles will be available May 16 on the PlayStation 4 for $29.99. A copy of Black Ops 3 will be required to play.
Leaked all to hell and confirmed today via unzipped hoodie in a YouTube video, Black Ops 3 players are getting an extra dose of DLC in the form of Zombies Chronicles, a collection of eight remastered zombie maps from Black Ops, World At War and Black Ops 3 on May 16.
Since March, YouTubers have watched their revenue plummet as advertisers bleed out of the platform. Some videos containing violence, real or fictional, are considered “inappropriate for advertising.” First-person shooter Call of Duty, a massively popular game on YouTube, is no walk in the park. So, the huge community…
Call of Duty: WWII multiplayer will have women in it, confirmed Sledgehammer’s Michael Condrey. Women soldiers were first introduced to the series in Ghosts’ multiplayer mode. Making up approximately half of humanity, women played a big part in World War II, but some fans are already concerned about the game’s…
Imagine, for a moment, that Activision announced this year’s Call of Duty last year, back when they were also announcing last year’s, too. Madness, you might think, but is it any less mad than what actually happened?
Described as “gritty” and “visceral” and “boots on the ground” and all of the other buzzwords you’ve come to expect from a military shooter, here’s Call of Duty: WWII, coming November 3 for PC, Xbox One, and PS4.
Shaolin Shuffle, the latest map for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s Zombies mode, has players performing some rather un-Call of Duty-like tasks in order to access all of its secrets. Tasks like playing an ersatz version of Candy Crush. Or even mahjong.
I’ve spent months kicking this “Best” around. Considering all types of space lasers and sniper weapons and over-powered pistols. But no matter how many other weapons I consider, I always keep coming back to an antique Second World War battle rifle.
The game’s Variety Map Pack DLC came to Xbox One and PC yesterday, and some players are upset about the price tag.
The next Call of Duty is probably set during World War II, as is evidenced pretty strongly by its title, Call of Duty: WWII. Activision announced the game today, adding that there will be an official “reveal” next Wednesday at 1pm ET.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s second map pack, released today, brings us a game mode filled with the sights and sounds of 1970's New York City, kung fu superpowers, and the undead. For developer Infinity Ward, which has struggled with Zombie mode in the past, it’s a new beginning.
Now that Black Ops II is backward compatible on Xbox One, you might be interested in returning to the game, or checking it out for the first time. If so—just like jumping into any older Call of Duty game on any platform—you’ll want to be aware of how to spot hacked multiplayer lobbies.
If you’ve never experienced Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, now is a great time to jump in: the 2012 shooter is now backward compatible with Xbox One, meaning that the player base will probably jump up significantly. Good thing, because it’s one of the best Call of Duty entries in years.
For April Fools’ Day, Call of Duty turned its players into literal trash. And now fans are begging to become garbage again.