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Call of Duty’s New Bloated Title Gets an Absolute Roasting on Twitter

The name of the 2020 Call of Duty game leaks after a prominent leaker revealed the title on Twitter. Okami, who has leaked correct information about the series before, says that this year’s release will be called Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Call of Duty fans are now criticizing the name on Twitter, wondering how publisher Activision came up with it. There was a surprise leak today when Okami, a prominent Call of Duty leaker, revealed that the next game in the series will be called Call of…

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Wait, Did Call of Duty Just Prove That Video Games Are Art?

The owners of the Humvee brand sued Call of Duty creator Activision in 2017. This suit has surrounded the use of the trucks in Modern Warfare titles. Activision just won the lawsuit, meaning that Call of Duty may have been the unlikely title to prove definitively that video games are art. Gamers have argued for decades that video games are a valid art form. Thanks to a recent lawsuit, we now have definitive legal proof that we were right all along. And from the unlikeliest of sources: Call of Duty….

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Warzone Is Now the Fastest-Growing Non-Mobile Game Ever

Call of Duty: Warzone has hit 15 million player since launching on Tuesday. The battle royale is now the fastest-growing non-mobile game ever beating both Apex Legends and Fortnite. Warzone’s success can be attributed to game features and the franchise’s reputation, but the impact of the coronavirus has also played a part. Activision has announced that the recently launched standalone battle royale shooter, Call of Duty: Warzone, has hit 15 million players since launching on Tuesday. The publisher shared the news in a tweet authored late yesterday, thanking players for…

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Activision Just Made a Strange Announcement About Call of Duty 2020

Activision has officially confirmed that a new Call of Duty game will be released in 2020. However, the publisher didn’t announce who would be developing the game. This is an incredibly strange move from the company and suggests it is moving away from its typical development rotation. On its Q4 investor call, Activision officially confirmed that a new Call of Duty game will be released in 2020. This isn’t surprising, as a new Call of Duty game has been released every year since 2005. The series also makes billions of…

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Mobile Destroys Combined Fortnite & PUBG 1st-Month Downloads

Call of Duty: Mobile racked up 148 million downloads in its launch month. That’s more than the combined total of PUBG Mobile and Fortnite. The game now boasts the 2nd most successful mobile game launch of all time. While Activision didn’t afford Call of Duty: Mobile the same marketing fanfare as its mainline titles, the mobile shooter has been nothing short of a resounding success. 148 Million Call of Duty: Mobile First-Month Downloads Call of Duty: Mobile is now the uncontested leader of the shooter genre with downloads that trounce…

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You’ve Never Seen a Call of Duty Multiplayer Like This

You’ve played Call of Duty, but you’ve never seen a multiplayer match like Modern Warfare’s ambtious – and massive – Ground War mode. | Source: Activision/Infinity Ward By CCN: Face it: No one plays Call of Duty for the single-player campaign. So gamers should take heart that the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare multiplayer preview teases Infinity Ward’s most ambitious multiplayer experience to date. Traditionally, the Call of Duty games have allowed for competitive multiplayer matches generally sporting about 6 to 12 players per mode. However, the next title in…

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Modern Warfare Teaser Sparks Controversy over Hyper-Realism

By CCN: May 30th. Activision has just released the much-anticipated trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare to their legion of fans. In what’s being hailed as a reboot of the original franchise, the video game publisher appears to be directing their upcoming release back in the direction of the games’ dark past. The trailer reveals in-game footage of hyper-realistic scenarios that the hardcore gamers of today demand. Activision is pulling no punches with this release as it weaves sensitive political themes into its plot. Harking Back to the Days…

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