Treyarch developers aren't the only people who get to remake Call of Duty: Black Ops' Nuketown
Treyarch makes good on their promise of new 2017 content for Black Ops 3. Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 developer Treyarch teased new 2017 content for the game during a Facebook livestream at the end of last year, and it looks like it’s starting to trickle in. New weapons and Specialist themes were announced […]
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 dream of running your own dedicated Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 server is not dead. Cesar Stastny, the particularly active Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 developer at Treyarch, has been quiet for a few weeks following the release of the mod tools open beta back in September. But PCDev, as he’s known […]
Zombies in Spaceland is Infinity Ward’s newest attempt at recapturing the beloved zombies mode introduced with Treyarch’s iconic Call of Duty game, World at War. In the new zombies mode, player scan complete specific Sticker sets, which will build Wonder Weapons that can be used to take down zombies. Show More Summary
To celebrate the release of the Salvation map pack for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 on PC and Xbox One, Treyarch is hosting a Double Weapon XP weekend. Double XP is available on all three platforms, so no one is left out. Salvation is the fourth and final DLC map pack for Black Ops […]
First Contact Entertainment has raised $5 million to make high-end virtual reality games. The Los Angeles company has recruited a team of developers from game companies like Starbreeze, Blizzard, Treyarch and Infinity Ward. The financing...Show More Summary
While Call of Duty originally launched as a PC exclusive, you'd be hard-pressed to find anyone who associates the series with computers. Most people either know of the franchise from its Xbox 360 heyday or are familiar with the intrusive NFL cameos. For a long time, Call of Duty hasn't really been worth pursuing on PC. Show More Summary
Finally, after having been promised since before the game launched, Black Ops 3 mod tools are now available to the public. Prior to the release of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, developer Treyarch surprised everyone when it announced that modding and map tools will indeed be coming to the game post launch. After some […]
Call of Duty: World at War is now available to play on Xbox One via backward compatibility. 2008 shooter World at War was developed by Treyarch, which went on to make the Black Ops series of Call of Duty games. After the 2007 release of Modern Warfare, World at War returned to a World War 2 setting, and it added a co-op mode. Read more…
Call of Duty 3 is now available on Xbox One's backwards compatible library. This was Treyarch's first stab at the Call of Duty franchise before becoming one of its main stewards with the Black Ops series under its belt, along with 2008's CoD: World at War. Show More Summary
Call of Duty 3, the World War II-themed first-person shooter from Treyarch and Activision that was released for the Xbox 360, is now available for the Xbox One via backwards compatibility. ...
Since the first Call of Duty arrived on PC in 2003, the franchise has been holding its own, pingponging between various developers from Infinity Ward to Treyarch to even Sledgehammer. And according to Actvision CEO Bobby Kotick, that...Show More Summary
Zombies in an Infinity Ward game? I was skeptical. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare had one of the worst reveals in recent history, but it's only gone up from there. People seemed to be jazzed about the unveiling of the multiplayer element...Show More Summary
Treyarch built a loyal fan base since its first Zombies outing in 2008’s Call of Duty: World At War. And it's easy to see why -- the strategic teamwork, countless secrets, and hidden lore add up to an endlessly replayable co-op gem.Show More Summary
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 – Salvation is nearly here. Get hyped. The next Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 DLC is Salvation, which delivers the long-anticipated conclusion to Treyarch’s Origins Zombies saga, after eight years. Are you ready to let go? You’d better be, because it rolls out to Black Ops 3 on […]
Activision has announced Salvation, the fourth and last DLC pack for the first-person shooter Call of Duty: Black Ops III. It includes Revelations, the final part of developer Treyarch's Zombies saga that began in 2008 with Call of Duty: World at War. ...
Descent, the third DLC map pack for Call of Duty: Black Ops III is now available for download on Xbox Store. Prepare to battle through four new action-packed Multiplayer maps: Berserk, Cryogen, Rumble, and Empire, Treyarch’s bold reimagining of the Black Ops II classic map, Raid. In the latest episode of the Zombies experience ‘Gorod […]
I like Nuketown well enough, but if it was going to be yet another pre-order bonus outside of Treyarch's line of Call of Duty games somehow, I'd be pretty pissed. Nope, it's a Terminal remake from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 -- you...Show More Summary
The last time we checked in with Black Ops III's DLC, Treyarch started to slouch a bit. Eclipse was a great add-on all things considered, but it didn't shine in comparison to Awakening, which had some of the brighter maps in the entire series. Descent, the third part of the Season Pass, is an even steeper decline. Read more...