November 6 is the new “Black” Friday, the next Call of Duty will be in your grubby its. The world reveal trailer has been released, a beta for pre-orders confirmed and a whole host of assets for fans of the series to drool over – only one question remains, “Will you be taking the Black?”
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Queue the comparisons to other games – Destiny… Titanfall… Deus Ex… check out the reveal trailer below and make up your own mind – for me, I really like the look of it – fast gameplay with a reveal trailer that doesn’t dwell too much on showing off the grandeur set pieces that COD is renowned for.
As good as it looks though, with Battlefront and Halo 5 out in the same release period, COD will have to fall to third on my list – good job my birthday is at the end of the year – no prizes for guessing the three things on my list!
Now, let’s see if PlayStation announce any exclusivity in the next 24 hours – last year, Xbox waited 24 hours before unveiling their deal with Activision.
It’s all about COD this week for both the Xbox One and Xbox 360, with Never Alone and We Are Doomed sneaking in to the Xbox One deals – with only one Call of Duty title discounted, it’s only fair – even if We Are Doomed’s discount is rather pitiful!
The deals are available until April 27. Remember to check your local territory for availability and pricing.
Xbox One Call of Duty: Ghosts Digital Hardened Edition Xbox One Game 40% Call of Duty: Ghosts* Xbox One Game 60% Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) Xbox One Game 40% We Are Doomed Xbox One Game 10% Xbox 360 Call of Duty: Ghosts Games On Demand 60% Call of Duty: Black Ops II Games On Demand 66% Call of Duty 3 Games On Demand 50%
If you take a little look on The Call of Duty Instagram feed you’ll find this:
Now, I’m no detective but I get the feeling that they are teasing Black Ops 3, what do you think?
According to the video below it looks like we’ll also see some more on April 26.
For those of you who haven’t already picked up the latest Call of Duty title Advanced Warfare, well now’s the time. Currently available on the Xbox One to download is the awesome Gold Edition.
The Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Gold Edition includes the full game download, the Havoc DLC Pack for Advanced Warfare, plus the Atlas Gorge Multiplayer Map. Havoc features the all-new Exo Zombies co-op experience, four epic multiplayer maps tailor-made to unleash your exoskeleton’s power, and the versatile AE4 directed energy assault rifle and its custom variant, the Widowmaker.
So there is now no excuse for you to sit on the sidelines as your friends leap around in Exo Suits causing carnage.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Gold Edition can be yours for £54.99 – so grab it now from the Xbox store before they change their minds.
For all you Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare fans the wait is nearly over. At the end of the month the newest DLC Ascendance will be available to download but our friends at Activision have kindly released a new trailer to give us a little taste of what’s to come.
Ascendance is the second of four DLC’s planned for the game and this trailer shows us brand new gameplay, an insight into the 4 new playable maps, the new Exo Zombies episode and the OHM Directed Energy Weapon. The maps, Perplex, Site 244, Climate, and Chop Shop each bring a new dynamic hazard into the game, from toxic pools to apartment complex’s with moving modules. This can create an ever evolving map, add to this the new Exo Grappling ability and players will now be able to get to new vantage points meaning you will need to adapt your gameplay to compete and survive.
The new Exo Zombies episode, Infection, follows the fours survivors as they venture outside the walls of the Atlas Corporation facility. The survivors face new mutations and they head to a nearby town and take refuge. However new weapons are at hand to aid in the fight for survival.
Ascendance launches on Tuesday, March 31 for Xbox One and Xbox 360.
I strongly recommend you take a seat before you read any further as this will blow your mind.
Treyarch have just confirmed on Twitter that they’re currently developing a Call of Duty title and it’ll be launching this year.
COD in 2015 confirmed. We look forward to carrying on the conversation…that is, if we haven’t started it already. #InDevelopment
— Treyarch Studios (@Treyarch) February 5, 2015
The Call of Duty series is currently being worked on by three different studios, each releasing a title once every three years. Treyarch in 2012, Infinity Ward in 2013, Sledgehammer Games in 2014 and Treyarch in 2015. It’s a pretty great pattern as it’ll hopefully mean games receiving plenty of polish and tonnes of new features.
Treyarch and David Vonderhaar have been teasing details about this upcoming title for a few days now and it’s so far seems to be pointing in the direction of a return to World War II.
You can’t help but be slightly curious as it’s been a bloody long time since we’ve had a truly great World War II title.
The first batch of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare DLC is now live on Xbox platforms and with it comes a brand new update which will hopefully fix a variety of bugs.
The ‘Havoc’ DLC contains four new maps, one new weapon and the highly anticipated exo-zombie survival mode, which looks bloody fantastic. You can grab it right now if it sounds like your sort of thing for £11.59 on its own or £34.99 if you decide to pick up the season pass instead.
If that isn’t enough, Sledgehammer Games’ have just released another game update that comes in at a staggering 1.7GB, it’s given some guns a much needed nerf as well as fixed a variety of other map/spawn/gamemode issues.
Full patch notes below or on the Call of Duty blog.
Xbox 360 Specific: Challenge Updates: •Added new Supply Drop Daily Challenges.
Broadcaster UI Updates: •Addressed rare issue with eSports Broadcaster HUD disappearing.
Ranked Play Updates: •Addressed issue where Join Session in progress in Ranked Play was still active. •Addressed issue where players were dropping multiple divisions after a match in Ranked Play. •Addressed rare issue with wins counting as losses in Ranked Play.
Game Update: Xbox One / Xbox 360
In-Game Updates: •Adjusted the center point of some sniper scopes. •Fixed a rare crash issue when switching profiles for guest users. •Fixed a rare crash issue when using camos on a weapon. •Fixed the sound of the SAC3 with the Suppressor Attachment to not play in stereo to all players on the map. •Various matchmaking and connectivity improvements. •Fixed issue where announcer’s voice ignores the in-game option to disable it. •Fixed a rare issue when the Riot Shield would not be selected when changing classes. •Various adjustments to the Riot Shield; including model popping up at random, mantling » Continue Reading.
The famous COD 2XP is back and it’s locked and loaded ready for you to use and abuse your way to your next Prestige level. This weekend will also include two special playlists – Hardcore Mosh Pot and Comeback 24/7.
The event will run until 5pm GMT January 26 – best of luck soldier and remember… no camping!
Ahead of it’s 27th of January release, Call of Duty Advanced Warfare’s Havoc DLC has had the Hollywood treatment.
Sledgehammer and Activision have already given us the details on the timed-exclusive Xbox DLC, featuring four new maps, Urban, Core, Sideshow and Drift, the bonus AE4 Widowmaker directed energy weapon and the new Exo Zombie story mode that’s incoming and now they’re treating us with gameplay and excerpts from the new storyline in the trailer below.
So, without further ado, in your best film announcer’s voice; Activision presents, a Sledgehammer Games production. Starring John Malkovich, Bill Paxton, Rose McGowan and John Bernthal.
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare, Exo Zombies. Enjoy.