Over the weekend, Activision unveiled the multiplayer mode in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare for the very first time at the Call of Duty XP event in Los Angeles. While Battlefield is moving back in time, Call of Duty continues to race for the future, as evidenced by the weapons, environments and mech suits in the trailer.
After a few nearly irrefutable leaks spoiled the surprise last week, Activision finally unveiled Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare on Monday morning. Developed by Infinity Ward, the new game “returns to the roots of the franchise where large-scale war and cinematic, immersive military storytelling take center stage.” More →
Let’s start with the obvious: there will be a new Call of Duty this fall. Until everyone on the planet stops picking up the latest version of Activision’s incredibly popular first-person shooter, we’re going to keep seeing new entries year in and year out. And now we might know the name of 2016’s entry. More →
The most difficult decision that a modern console gamer has to make it when to upgrade to the new generation. I know, it’s not exactly a life-altering decision, but it’s typically not a cheap one, so some carefully considerations must be made ahead of time.
Although tens of millions have already made the leap, there are still plenty of gamers who are squeezing every last drop out of their PS3s and Xbox 360s, but it’s looking like the beginning of the end for the former generation. More →
The gaming community is sick to death of the endless stream of sequels, reboots, remasters and revivals that publishers have been trotting out over the past two console generations, but there are certain franchises that we still aren’t ready to be put to bed. One of those franchises is Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater, which is returning to PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One this fall. More →
Eight years after what many expected to be the last game in the series, Tony Hawk is back. Game Informer revealed on Tuesday that Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 5 will launch on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One before the end of the year, bringing the franchise back to its roots with the classic gameplay gamers remember from the earlier 2000s. More →
Over the weekend, Activision released the first trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, the next installment of the bestselling FPS on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Black Ops 3 will be Treyarch’s first current-gen entry into the Call of Duty series, but it appears that the team has been heavily influenced by the futuristic setting of 2014’s Advanced Warfare.
Plastic instruments are about to make a comeback.
On Tuesday, Activision revealed that Guitar Hero Live will be the next entry in one of the most popular rhythm game series of all time. The sequel is being developed by FreeStyleGames, the studio behind DJ Hero, and will feature two brand new modes along with a completely redesigned guitar controller. More →
Eight months after Destiny’s debut, the second expansion finally has a release date. On Monday, Bungie published a CG trailer for House of Wolves, the expansion that will send any Guardians still immersed in the worlds of Destiny to The Reef, a location that players have been dying to explore since it first appeared in the campaign.
You might not know this if you aren’t a fan of the series, but Activision actually cycles through a group of developers for every new game in the Call of Duty franchise. Last year was the first year that Sledgehammer Games entered the fray, but Treyarch, developer of Call of Duty 3, World at War, Black Ops and Black Ops 2 will return in 2015. More →
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare does not break the mold. It doesn’t lift the series to new heights, it doesn’t change the landscape of first-person shooters and it doesn’t fix the problems that previous entries have perpetuated year after year. But it does everything it needed to do, and a little bit more. More →
One of the most consistently hilarious features on Conan has been dormant for the past several months, but Clueless Gamer has finally returned alongside the launch of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Conan O’Brien got the chance to play through the opening of the latest Call of Duty, and as you might expect, he found plenty to poke fun at, from Kevin Spacey’s lifeless eyes to the the lack of crosswalks in the future. More →
Next week, one of the most popular video game franchises of the past decade will return with its latest entry, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. It’s fair to say that the buzz has died down slightly from the record-breaking days of Modern Warfare 3 and Black Ops 2, but Activision has a great deal of faith in Sledgehammer Games, the recently minted developer which has yet to release a full game. More →