Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s Ascendance DLC hits Xboxes today, bringing with it another round of the Malkovich-powered Exo Zombies co-op survival mode. Or maybe it’s Paxton-powered. It’s hard to say. Either way, let’s play.
Call of Duty's first downloadable content has hit the Xbox One today, bringing with it some maps the competitive folks should enjoy and a chance to soak in the sound bytes of four prominent actors while shooting mechanically-pulled zombies. That's my jam.
In a fireside chat over the weekend, Sledgehammer Games' studio head Michael Condrey discussed ongoing matchmaking optimization for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and cracking down on players who spend entire matches sitting in a corner killing themselves.
If developers put something inside of a game, players will find it. Even if it requires pulling the game apart, or in this case, going out of the bounds of a level.
All glitches are not created equal. Some are game-breaking, but others can be kinda fun. Some can even be both. You've likely seen YouTubers racked by spasms of scream-laughter at them. Activision's been taking down videos of certain glitches, much to the chagrin of some.
Every once in a while, the supply gods smile on an average player, and luckily, sometimes the player is running video capture when they do.
This dunk makes Michael Jordan's Space Jam performance look pretty mundane by comparison. Also, we've got an incredible team wipe in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, and more!
Kevin Spacey's future tech may be "20 years ahead" of the fictional future military's, but that doesn't mean it works perfectly all the time.
What's the point of having all sorts of advanced tech and weaponry if it doesn't look good? Thankfully, regardless of what platform you're playing the new Call of Duty on, the game looks pretty great.
We all know that feeling of being engrossed in a game and being interrupted by a loving mother. Well, when you're livestreaming, the show must go on, so just let her play Dark Souls 2 in front of hundreds of viewers!
Gamers playing Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on the PS4 have discovered that the console's newly-minted "Share Play" feature doesn't work with the shooter. This represents something of an inauspicious debut for Sony's new game-sharing feature, which arrived via an update shortly before Advanced Warfare was released.
Look, PC gamers are never truly satisfied. Being a series whose bread is buttered on console, Call of Duty's PC versions have rarely been the best examples of what the platform can do. But this year's edition has folks a little more upset than usual.
Our Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare review will run tomorrow morning. I know Fahey promised Wednesday, but Fahey promises a lot of things, and has a tendency to talk in third-person. That guy, I swear. Tune in bright and early tomorrow morning for his full review.
Evolve pits four players against one in a brutal fight to the death. That is, unless you decide to start jumping rope with the monster.
People say they don't want it. But somehow, every year, the new installment of Activision's blockbuster FPS series winds up in their homes.
Call of Duty gets a lot of stick - some of it deserved - for being "stupid", but here's a neat little touch I found in Advanced Warfare's singleplayer campaign that's worth a closer look.
"Hold X to pay respects? What does that mean? That's crazy! Is there a button for, 'I'm here because I thought I might meet somebody?'"
I had a lot of problems with Sunset Overdrive when I first started playing it. As I wrote in my review, the game's humor really rubbed me the wrong way. But I haven't really been able to put it down in spite of that. It's a real challenge trying to stay mad at something so unabashedly joyful and cartoony.
Along with the return of players-versus-bot multiplayer, Advanced Warfare introduces the wonderful Combat Readiness Program, a mode where people who really suck at Call of Duty multiplayer can anonymously feel better about themselves.