An in-game event for Call of Duty: WW2 will begin next week leading up to the release of the next DLC drop, The Resistance. A free, in-game event for Call of Duty: WW2 will kick off on January 23 and run for five weeks. The event features free content, available to all players, such as […]
It's not even playable yet for most people, but we already know what the road to full launch will look like for Battalion 1944. Call of Duty: WWII has captured many of the headlines for returning to the series' roots of historical combat, but for PC FPS fans there's one title that is hotly anticipated. Show More Summary
After eight years at Activision, CEO Eric Hirshberg is stepping down. Eric Hirshberg is perhaps better known as the face of Activision Publishing. The energetic executive who introduced many Call of Duty reveals on many different stages in the past few years, and perhaps the most recognisable of Activision’s top brass. Hirshberg has announced that […]
Activision Blizzard’s blockbuster shooter, Call of Duty: WW2 was the best selling game of 2017 across all platforms, according to NPD’s December report. COD was also the highest selling game in December – the eighth consecutive year a Call of Duty title has taken the top spot over the holidays. The report covers US physical […]
If you would have asked me at the beginning of 2017 what I thought the best selling game of that year would be, I would have said, "Whatever the Call of Duty game is." Why? That's easy. Since 2014, the best selling game of every year in the US has been a Call of Duty title. Show More Summary
Call of Duty is still a big deal, but Star Wars: Battlefront II is … less so. It’s time to go over the 10 best-selling games in the United States in 2018, as tracked by industry data firm The NPD Group. This includes full game sales at retail and through digital stores (for publishers that […]
Eric Hirshberg oversaw some of Activision's biggest franchises, including Call of Duty and Destiny.
Eric Hirshberg, the CEO of Call of Duty and Destiny publisher Activision Publishing, will leave his job after eight years in March. Hirshberg just announced to his team that he is leaving, and Activision has confirmed the departure. Hirshberg ran a big division of Activision Blizzard, and he reported to Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick. […]
The Trump administration’s environmental agenda is already taking a measurable toll. TOP STORIES The Trump EPA’s Light Touch on Heavy Polluters Some call it industry-friendly regulation. Others call it abandonment of duty. The Trump administration’s approach to the environment is markedly different...
Call of Duty: WWII has been dominating Xbox One sales charts for weeks now, but it looks like another title finally dethroned the game in the United Kingdom at least. According to the latest sales figures by GfK Chart-Track, PlayerUnknown's...Show More Summary
Rockstar's crime-ridden magnum opus, Grand Theft Auto V, is back in the number one spot of the UK charts, some five years after its release. The open-world title shoved passed both Call of Duty: WWII and FIFA 18, both of which have held...Show More Summary
The panel of Sunday's State of the Union fell apart when former congressman Rick "Please don't Google my name" Santorum dutifully tried to normalize and justify Donald Trump's racism. See, because although Frothy can't quite be sanguine with Trump's vulgar language, he's a-okay with the implicit racism behind it. Show More Summary
Tyler Barriss, the individual who called in a Swatting attack in hopes of getting back at a teammate in Call of Duty, has been charged. The Swatter was arrested back in Los Angeles, California on December 29th, 2017 but after a few weeks of processing, the charges have finally been...
An online dispute over Call of Duty escalated to a fatal police shooting.
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Get your game on. eSports is a growing industry and Windows Central is going begin bringing you the latest news and updates surrounding the growing entertainment scene. This week packed some large announcements from some of eSport's biggest names, including Overwatch, which kicked it's league off in style, and Call of Duty. ...
The man accused of falsely calling the police to the home of 28-year old Kansas father Andrew Finch, which led to his death at the hands of police was charged in a Wichita court Friday. Tyler Barriss was extradited from Los Angeles and...Show More Summary
Competitive endeavors foster competitive spirits. It's standard fare for competitive types to at least play the chest-beating and braggadocio parts. Where you think you can or you think you can't, you're right. Or something like that. So, it's sort of incredible to hear a professional esports player being perfectly frank about his team's chances. Show More Summary
"I wonder if F-52s were invented in Nambia?"
The president continues to demonstrate how little he knows about our military. President Donald Trump this week boasted of delivering “F-52” jets to the Norwegian government — however, it turns out there is no such thing as an F-52.Show More Summary