Another year, another Call of Duty - and, from a technological perspective, Black Ops 2 could prove to be the most ambitious yet. Treyarch's latest continues the company's tradition of expanding and improving upon the core Infinity Ward engine, with a host of new engine advancements revealed in the footage seen to date. The question is, at a time where many developers seem to be approaching the limits of current-gen consoles, can this ever-evolving codebase sustain the 60 frames per second update that the series has always aspired to?
The best way to evaluate what we've seen of the game thus far is to take a look at the extended gameplay demo we saw at the E3 press conference.
Activision Blizzard may have let key players on the Infinity Ward team slip through its fingers, but the company sure isn’t done with the Call of Duty franchise. Treyarch, developer of 2008’s Call of Duty: World at War, said Friday ... Read Post
Call of Duty: Black Ops developer Treyarch has bested series creator Infinity Ward, IGN reports Activision parent company Vivendi declared last week. IW will get to fire back, though, as it has finished restructing after its major s... Read Post
Sales wise, Call of Duty: Black Ops could come close to Infinity Ward’s 2009 blockbuster. That’s according to Cowen and Company analyst Doug Creutz who reckons Treyarch’s latest could shift as much as 10 million units in year one. F... Read Post