Call Of Duty has dominated the charts for years, so it’s about time we take a look at the best and worst of Activision’s blockbuster shooter.
The latest update — update 1.20 — hits PS4 with a number of fixes and new gameplay addition, throwing a new division into the mix alongside a fresh new training mode.
And available to buy at 50% until the end of the month.
The release of Call of Duty 4 on Xbox One via backwards compatibility shouldn’t come as much of a shock as it has.
Black Ops 4 releasing in 2018 feels like a step back for a franchise on the way back, but bundling it with Modern Warfare 2 Remaster could help continue that upwards trend.
Call of Duty: WWII developer, Sledgehammer Games, has been hard at work improving the game’s performance across all platforms, and the latest patch aims to put some performance issues to rest.
Activision and Sledgehammer Games weren’t happy about the leak earlier this week, but they can now finally rest easy knowing that official word on Nazi Zombies in Call of Duty: WWII is out in the wild.
Call of Duty has long been an eSports staple, but Activision may be looking to control a more territorially-focused league with franchised teams, similar to what the company is hoping to achieve with Overwatch League.
Activision and Sledgehammer Games are looking to further enhance the competitive potential of Call of Duty, with this year’s entry confirmed to have both Ranked Play and Game Battles.
There have been many, many embarrassing moments to come out of E3 over the years. Here are the most memorable.