If you haven't tried Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare multiplayer yet, now is a good time to try it on Steam since it's free. Infinity Ward and Activision are running the free weekend from now until 1 p.m. PT / 4 p.m. ET on Monday, February 26. Show More Summary
The publisher has reportedly laid off approximately 20 people from Infinity Ward.
Activision has reportedly laid off employees across several internal studios in the last week. Staff members at Beenox, Infinity Ward, several other internal studios, and the Activision corporate office have been affected by layoffs....Show More Summary
A round of layoffs has hit Activision studios. While layoffs are common in the industry, many industries for that matter, it seems rather odd to hear about redundancies when a company recently announced better than expected revenues. According to Kotaku, the publisher has laid off 5% of it’s workforce. This includes folks holding positions at […]
Activision Publishing laid off a number of employees across several companies this week, Kotaku has learned. The publisher let go of staff at Infinity Ward, Beenox, and other internal studios as well as their corporate office, according to sources, despite surpassing their revenue targets for 2016. Read more...
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare was one of the most uneven releases yet from the studio trifecta of Infinity Ward, Treyarch, and Sledgehammer, which both worked for and against it. The campaign felt so by-the-numbers in spite of flashes...Show More Summary
The Sabotage DLC hits tomorrow for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare on PlayStation 4, so Infinity Ward and Activision have dropped a new trailer showing of the mutiplayer action and maps coming for the pack. There are four new maps: Noir:...Show More Summary
Activision and Infinity Ward recently updated Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare for home console and PC gamers, featuring all new content and features for people looking to get more out of the game since its release back in November.
Activision and Infinity Ward released a new trailer for the upcoming DLC for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. It centers on the zombie mode for the game, featuring everything that was right, and wrong, with the 1990s... including a popular niche director from the '90s who makes an...
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Infinity Ward just revealed the first DLC for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. On their PlayStation Blog, Eric Monacelli divulged that this DLC will have a title “Sabotage.” 2016 has been a proving grounds for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. Show More Summary
The team at Infinity Ward has pulled back the curtain on the first DLC bundle for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, and it's packed full of the types of things that will give the FPS longer legs: More maps for your killstreaks to occur on and a whole new zombie mode for you to blast...
It hasn’t been a great run for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. Developer Infinity Ward was hoping to have a huge hit on their hands when Infinite Warfare was announced. There would be new weapons, new maps, a new story, and a journey further toward the future. Show More Summary
Activision and Infinity Ward announced that all proceeds from sales of Call of Duty Endowment's (CODE) Courage Personalization Pack for CoD: Infinite Warfare, a $5 DLC full of cosmetic modifications, will go toward CODE's efforts toShow More Summary
Activision and Infinity Ward have announced that the new Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare patch is currently live and ready, ripe for the experience during their double experience points weekend on home consoles and PC. There are a lot of changes that have arrived with the patch, too.
‘Infinite’ warfare. All of the warfare, Like, all of it. There’s no end to the warfare. Game: Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Developer: Infinity Ward Publisher: Activision Reviewed on: (Review copy provided by publisher) As I frequently told my ex, sometimes it’s good when things are early. Show More Summary
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has been getting some rather good reviews with its non-linear sci-fi gameplay and an exemplary narrative by Call of Duty standards. The story was something developer Infinity Ward worked hard on, knowing...Show More Summary
Activision and Infinity Ward unleashed a new event this weekend to help lure people back to Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare after it launched last weekend on November 4th. The event will run up until Monday, so if you want to get in on the goods you'll have to hurry.
You read the headline. Grab yourself some Double XP, zombie hunters. You're in for a totally radical treat! Check out the 2XP in #ZombiesInSpaceland and get 2XP all weekend long! pic.twitter.com/5g2Rs5P6Kc — Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) November 11, 2016 If you pre-ordered any edition of Infinite Warfare, the zombies experience came with the game, so you’re […]
Blasting off into a future where war is now fought across the stars, it's clear that Infinity Ward wanted to go in a daring new direction with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. But are spaceships and futuristic weapons enough to set this FPS apart from the pack, or are we looking at...