Following the very obvious news that Infinity Ward is developing a far future Call of Duty called Infinite Warfare, it looks like it's also taking the opportunity to spice up the deal, if you will, with a remaster of Modern Warfare -- a game that many still consider the best in the series. Show More Summary
There have been some murmurs among the Call Of Duty community about the possibility of the new game being set in space?and people were not happy about it. But now, a recent leak may have just unveiled what Infinity Ward plans on titling the newest installation in the Call Of Duty franchise. Click To Continue Reading
It's Infinity Ward's time to shine with their outing of this year's Call of Duty, and while we don't know for sure what it will be, it appears as if we'll find out soon enough when Activision and Infinity Ward make the announcement, which is rumored to be next Tuesday.Click To Continue Reading
While the next Battlefield game may be looking to the past for its setting, the Call of Duty series is reportedly looking to journey to infinity and beyond as this year’s game is expected to use space as its setting. Infinity Ward is...Show More Summary
Call of Duty is reportedly going full on futuristic in this year’s iteration. This year’s Call of Duty, the one Ghosts and Modern Warfare developer Infinity Ward is working on, will apparently be set in the future, even further than what we’ve seen in Advanced Warfare and the Black Ops series. The information was first […]
Another major video game publisher will not have an E3 booth presence. Call of Duty publisher Activision is skipping out on floor space, just like Electronic Arts. Activision explained in a blog post, "we’re going to be at E3 showcasing gameplay from Infinity Ward’s ambitious new game. Show More Summary
Call of Duty will be at E3 2016. Obviously. Infinity Ward’s new Call of Duty game will be on show at E3 2016, Activision has announced. “In June, we’re going to be at E3 showcasing gameplay from Infinity Ward’s ambitious new game,” the publisher said in a new blog post. “We’re looking forward to sharing […]
Activision has officially announced a 2016 "Call of Duty" game during Activision Blizzard's fourth quarter and full-year 2015 earnings report.
Activision has announced that one of the studios behind the development of the successful "Call of Duty" franchise, Infinity Ward, is developing the next game in the military first-person shooter series. The next "Call of Duty" game was also announced to be arriving sometime during the 4th quarter of 2016.
COD 2016. Now it?s official. Can't wait to show you what we've been developing! #CallofDuty pic.twitter.com/m28X79gC9v — Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) February 11, 2016 Infinity Ward, the developer of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare...Show More Summary
Call of Duty is doing better than ever. Call of Duty got plenty of attention during Activision Blizzard’s financials today. The publisher had only good news to share about the shooter franchise, announcing record monthly active users in November and December 2015. That means more people were playing Call of Duty over the holiday period […]
In a move that absolutely, positively surprises nobody, Activision has announced a new Call of Duty game will be coming in time for holiday 2016 and is currently in development by Infinity Ward. Activision describes the new Call of Duty...Show More Summary
Activision noted in its 2015 full year fiscal report a “large new” expansion would be released for Destiny this year, and Infinity Ward is currently working on Call of Duty 2016. Full Year highlights 14 million hours were spent playing Acti-Blizz games last year. 1.5 billion hours were spent watching Acti-Blizz games on YouTube, etc. […]
Infinity Ward's been staffing up, so our Xbox show discusses where they might take Call of Duty this year.
There is a time and place for everything in life, and it looks as though Rise of the Tomb Raider Director Brian Horton has sensed that it is now time to work on the Call of Duty franchise instead. Crystal Dynamics made use of its Tumblr...Show More Summary
Rise of the Tomb Raider developer Brian Horton has left Crystal Dynamics for a job as art director at Infinity Ward. News of his depature was announced on the official Rise of the Tomb Raider Tumblr. Yesterday’s announcement noted Horton was leaving to pursue a “new adventure” without going into further detail. As noted by […]
From Tomb Raider to Call of Duty: Brian Horton has joined Infinity Ward as studio art director.
Tomb Raider Senior Art Director and Rise of the Tomb Raider Game Director Brian Horton has left Crystal Dynamics, the developer announced via the official Tomb Raider Tumblr account Friday. "It’s been a huge honor to be a part of the Tomb Raider franchise and the team at Crystal Dynamics," shared Horton. Show More Summary
Respawn Entertainment is probably best known for two things: that they are the offspring of the original Infinity Ward team that made Call of Duty the billion dollar franchise that it is. And that they made Titanfall. They may be adding a third trait to their list now that they're working on a brand new third-person shooter. Show More Summary
It's quite a challenge to keep a formula feeling fresh after almost a decade of annual releases. For Activision's part, it has hoped to keep the Call of Duty franchise from stagnation by spreading its development across three developers, each with its own distinct vision for the future. Show More Summary