With the Call of Duty Championship kicking off tomorrow, Activision has sent over a series infographic full of interesting figures such as the number of copies sold over 10 years and how many grenades players have tossed. According to the stats below, the Call of Duty franchise has sold 175 million copies across all platforms […]
New Call of Duty stats from Activision make the galaxy seem pretty small.
The The Call of Duty Championship takes place this weekend, and you can watch all the action as it unfolds right here. The event takes place in Los Angeles tomorrow March 27 and runs through March 29, and the livestream is below. Teams from around the world will be competing for a $1 million dollar […]
“I’m pretty sick and tired of getting third.” Matt “NaDeSHoT” Haag is arguably the most recognizable eSports athlete in the world. He has a million Twitter followers, 1.7 million YouTube subscribers and reportedly an annual income of over $1M, a combination of revenue from gameplay streaming, recorded video, sponsorships and tournament winnings. But he has […]
According to digital games analyst SuperData, a new Resident Evil game is due this fall and that this year’s Call of Duty is Black Ops 3. In its latest report on digital console games, research and analytics firm SuperData revealed that a new Resident Evil is coming this fall. “We anticipate this month’s downturn to […]
Way back in 2009, Charlie Brooker’s Gameswipe had this cutting observation about the po-faced nature of military shooters. During a particularly grim scene in Call of Duty: World at War, Brooker flambés several soldiers, only to hit the pause button for a sip of Diet Coke. Show More Summary
Major League Gaming is returning to the X Games this summer.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare got some flak for the whole "Press X to pay respects" debacle, but after that controversy quickly died down, it had plenty of time to shine with an active online community. Although the Havoc pack wasn't...Show More Summary
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's second DLC pack, "Ascendance," will debut next week. A new trailer from Activision gives us a full run-down on the add-on's contents.Click To Continue Reading
Ascendance is the second DLC pack for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, releasing March 31st on Xbox LIVE, with other platforms to follow.
How did it come to be, Lynch asks, that “those of us for whom English is a line of work are also called upon to love literature and to ensure that others do so, too”?
On March 31, Xbox One and Xbox 360 players will be the first to receive the second downloadable content pack for "Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare," according to game developer Sledgehammer Games and publisher ActiVision.
With the latest game having made its way onto the market last fall, it brought with it a near incalculable amount of new weapons and weapon customization features, making the debate even more inflamed when it comes to discussing the best weapons Advanced Warfare has to offer. Show More Summary
The developer has been hard at work on Call of Duty for the last five years. Could this be its next project?
The police incident commander for the Rodes City Run in Louisville on Saturday went a long way beyond the call of duty when he saw a runner struggling around two miles from the finish line. After Asia Ford insisted that she was determined to finish the 10K race despite having...
Activision and Sledgehammer Games will be releasing the next expansion for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare titled "Ascendance," a report from Gamespot.com said citing the publishing house's announcement on Wednesday.
Even if you aren't that interested in Call of Duty: Ghosts, you still might want to pick up the Prestige Edition for $40. In addition to the game and some digital goodies, you get a 1080p action camera (here's some sample footage), and a paracord bracelet. Those are easily worth $40 by themselves. Read more...
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Fresh from the huge success of their 2014 edition of "Call of Duty" titled "Advanced Warfare," publisher Activision previously announced that the next COD series will be released this fall and that the studio who will handle the development will be Treyarch.
Coming from Stephen Frost, producer on Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric... Suggestion that Sonic had to re-invent itself because the fanbase was getting smaller. Gives Call of Duty as an example/comparison. Boom was made to appeal to non Sonic fans. Show More Summary