Today marks the passing of one of Call of Duty’s finest soldiers. After valiantly fighting his way through nearly three entire Modern Warfare games, one Task Force 141 didn’t make it back from the October 11, 2016 mission to assassinate terrorist leader Vladimir Makarov.
I've been waiting for Smosh to do an Honest Game Trailer for Call of Duty's Modern Warfare trilogy, and they do not disappoint. "Suit up for the least realistic war franchise since Contra."
Coming September 6 to the Xbox 360 version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, the five new maps of Content Collection 4 (two previously exclusive to Elite Premium members) brings the content season to a close, paving the way for Black Ops 2.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 wants you. It wants your friends. It wants to chew you and spit you out a walking, talking, stalking killing machine, but to get to you it's gotta go through the game reviewers first.
Unless you're one of the several thousand people playing early, you'll be waiting until midnight to get your hands on Modern Warfare 3, but Activision's Call of Duty Elite service is now rolling out, ready to keep you occupied until then.
In today's installment of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter Tony Danza suggests the Call of Duty series from Activision is responsible for countless teenagers deciding to join the military and be all that they could be in the games.
There's only four days until you're officially allowed to buy Activision's latest blockbuster FPS. That's 96 hours. Yes, K-Mart screwed the pooch and let some units slip out into the wild, where they've been spotted on eBay. But, you'd be playing such a copy at your own risk, at least if you don't want severe Xbox…
Modern Warfare 3 is going to sell millions of copies when it hits gaming retailers this November, and those millions of players are going to need quality gaming eyewear.
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.
In today's online multiplayer shooter edition of Speak Up on Kotaku, commenter WhoKnew? lists the tweaks he believes will lead to more people playing Battlefield 3 than Modern Warfare 3 this fall.
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?
A group of Call of Duty glitchers has been called back to Infinity Ward to help the studio test and shore up the game's multiplayer, according to the gang's leader.
That is a direct quote from the FAQ Activision just released [.doc] for Call of Duty Elite, a final plea for you to not hate the shooter's paid subscription service, and an argument that needs, oh, just six pages to summarize.
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.
With glowing green numbers counting down to five days from now and the 2011 Game Developers Conference kicking off on Monday, it looks like we might be getting our first look at the next Modern Warfare on Wednesday morning.