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.
A lot of Call of Duty fans are more excited over the remastered version of the original Modern Warfare than Infinite Warfare’s future shenanigans, but they can’t have one without the other. Either a full digital purchase of Infinite Warfare or the physical disc is required for the remaster to run.
The Wes-Anderson-Call-of-Duty-Fox takes it all, but shooting and crawling—not to mention the plot—would be a lot different in all of Dorkly's recent gallery, with Call of Duty and some famous screenwriters' take on it.
But they failed miserably, making the plot of the particular game possible or just messing things up miserably. The latest clip of Outside Xbox shows us who these unfortunate characters are and what they actually did.
Now I'm no first-person shooter expert, but I'm pretty sure you shouldn't be able to kill the same opponent four times in ten seconds.
Those who have Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 might want to jump in at some point this weekend to take advantage of the double XP boost in online matches, and the free trial of the game's Uprising DLC, which offers four maps, plus the "Mob of the Dead" mode.
At the big multiplayer event for Call of Duty: Ghosts underway right now, the mode's hype reel closed out with a close-up shot of a female character, which would be a first for the franchise.
Chinese online games have been able to get away with imitations for a long time because there was no other option. Poor intellectual property rights and stringent barriers to entry have long kept popular international titles at bay, but now it seems the grace period for poor Chinese imitations may be gone and it…
I don't know if it's the "rating pending" box or something specific to the Xbox 360 version of the game, but I've been chewing for hours and all I've got to show for it is disc shards slicing painfully into my gums.
In a live demonstration streamed direct from Gamescom in Germany earlier today, Activision and Treyarch showed off Call of Duty: Black Ops 2's exciting new multiplayer broadcasting tools. Finally a way for an unskilled loudmouth like me to enjoy Call of Duty!
You heard that right: Modern Warfare 3 will support dedicated servers on the PC, just like your daddy's multiplayer shooters did. That's the kind of stuff we like to see—and the kind of stuff you get when the king of pop shooters has a challenger to the throne.
Call of Duty Elite beta began a "staged launch" today and to kick it off, Activision unloaded this two minute trailer that spends one minute cracking jokes and another minute answering questions except for the biggie: How much is this damn thing going to cost?
It's a fair guess that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 will follow in the footsteps of last year's Call of Duty: Black Ops, shattering sales records and bringing even more people to video games.
We've been gentle so far in our revealing of what we know about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. We've tip-toed through the minefield of spoilers, and tried to reveal only facts anyone would want to know. That ends here.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is coming Nov. 8, 2011, Kotaku has learned, delivering with it mammoth battles that engulf a dozen cities around the world including New York, Paris and London.
Packed with 15 levels set in locations around the world, from Manhattan to the catacombs of Paris, Modern Warfare 3's near-future campaign looks to be an experience that will top anything seen before in a Call of Duty game.
3D televisions are expected to proliferate. More 3D TVs means more and more 3D games. Japanese research firm goo Ranking (via What Japan Thinks) polled folks in Japan regarding which game series they wanted to play on a 3D TV.
Well, the talk on difficulty in games keeps coming — Gamasutra has an interesting essay up that's a slightly different take on the problem of challenging players while not making the game inaccessible to everyone but the patient, dedicated hardcore contingent. Designer Daniel Boutros examines a number of ways in…