McFarlane Toys is teaming up with Activision to create a series of Call of Duty action figures. Due out this fall, the series features fully-articulated six-inch recreations of some of the series’ most recognizable heroes. Like these two. Ah man, these two. The times we had.
Here’s a Call of Duty player who just loves bringing knives to a gunfight.
I am pleased to report that Sledgehammer Games’ tweaks to Call of Duty’s “Prop Hunt” mode have made the game of silly hide-n-seek even better in Call of Duty: WWII than it was in Modern Warfare Remastered.
Prop Hunt is coming to Call of Duty: WWII next week. The hilarious fan-favorite game of hide-n-seek is going old-school for the upcoming Resistance community event on January 23. You’ll be able to chase down trash and buckets, as well as earn new French Resistance-themed gear.
As you might expect, the Call of Duty community is being very vocal about changes they want to see in WWII on social media outlets such as the WWII subreddit. And they have a point: Two months since the launch of the latest Call of Duty, there are still many improvements that could be made to the multiplayer…
Yesterday, President Donald Trump announced a delivery of F-52 fighter jets to Norway as a gesture to bolster defense in Northern Europe. There’s only one problem: the F-52 is a fictional plane from Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
It’s been nearly ten years since the release of Call of Duty: World at War, the last game in the series to dip into World War II before last year’s revival. With a ridiculous amount of hours logged on Call of Duty: WWII, I decided to revisit it recently, using Xbox One’s backward compatibility. It still holds up…
Pro gaming has yet to become normalized enough for the parents of America to feel proud of their offspring for pursuing it professionally. At least, not until those children defy all expectations and start making hundreds of thousands of dollars in tournament winnings. Parents of pro gamers told the Wall Street Journal
A 28-year-old man was shot and killed by a Wichita police officer after a reported hostage situation call last night. At a press conference this afternoon, Wichita police said it was a false call meant to draw SWAT officers to the scene, an act known as “swatting.” It appears to have been linked to an argument over …
I enjoyed Call of Duty: WWII’s Zombies mode when it launched. But now, having dumped over a dozen hours into it, I’m feeling differently.
Blazt was the last man alive for Ground Zero during its match against Luminosity at the Call of Duty World League Dallas stop. But while his opponent passed over him once, unnoticed among the dead around the bomb site, a double-check quickly led to a Luminosity win.
The Call of Duty World League Dallas tournament was put on hold twice this weekend due to two separate bomb threats, one on the opening day of the event and the second on finals day Sunday.
Desus Nice and The Kid Mero just tackled esports on their comedy talk show, thanks to Riot’s latest masturbatory advertisement showcasing League of Legends pro players. Riot’s video, which juxtaposes clips of notable esports haters like Colin Cowherd with emotional esports moments like Faker crying, argues that people…
Call of Duty: WWII’s new Ranked Play mode lets anyone play like the pros, as long as you don’t mind being a lone wolf.
Today on Highlight Reel we have synchronized snipes, nuts Mario Odyssey tricks, and much more!
Call of Duty: WWII is a fantastic return to the historic WWII era, if you don’t mind playing your favorite game modes on only nine maps. As I continue to play the game, I am starting to mind.
Call of Duty: WWII and Star Wars: Battlefront II are two giant games that have somehow both managed to spawn clusterfucks surrounding their release. It’s only natural that we try to do a thorough accounting of which one fucked up more.
This is a clip of rapper Lil Yachty streaming Call of Duty and farting into his mic. You’re welcome.
Today on Highlight Reel we have super soldiers, auditory hallucinations, nice shots, and much more!
Call of Duty: WWII mostly focuses on large battles and explosive confrontations, but the game’s best mission is quiet, intimate, and subtle.