It’s that time of year again, and after all of the leaks and rumours circulating through the CoD community in recent days and weeks, we have our first official look at the next Call of Duty game, titled Vanguard.
The teaser trailer released by Call of Duty gives us a glimpse of what to expect, with weapons and environments shown that clearly show a World War 2 setting, including a war-torn forest in Germany, a beach scattered with remains of WW2 era fighter planes, and weaponry that was in use in that period of history.
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Lets face it, like the FPS before it, battle royales are the hottest genre in gaming at the moment, with high profile studios scrambling to release their own versions. Several of these being some of the most popular games on the market, and often the most watched online. Even though this genre may be brand new to many, it is a genre that has been around a quite a few years now, and some of these games are still played today!
So let’s discuss our picks for the top 5 best BR games in 2021 and why.
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Many big streamers seem to be losing faith and confidence in Warzone, as many such as NickMercs and DrDisRespect move to playing Apex Legends instead of Call of Duty’s Battle Royale, Warzone. This is primarily due to the cheating situation running rampant in game, with seemingly endless amount of cheating going on, and no signs of it stopping within the near future.
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During Sony’s E3 2017 press conference, we received another trailer for Call of Duty WWII that demonstrated it’s multiplayer component. The hectic, horrific nature of the battles of WWII was on display in this CG/Gameplay trailer, which showed off some of the arsenal available for both Allied and Axis troops. Continue reading E3 2017: Call of Duty WWII Multiplayer Trailer
Earlier today, Geoff Keighley, creator and producer of The Game Awards, announced the lineup for the E3 Colisuem, “a spectacular main stage event that will connect video game fans with the biggest names in entertainment.” The event will feature two days full of demos, panel discussions, and epic one-on-one interviews. Continue reading Schedule of Events for E3 Coliseum Announced
One would think that when designing a multiplayer game for a AAA audience that the most important thing to focus on would be, say, the multiplayer funtionality. One would think that, but apparently Activision came to a different conclusion when developing Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. The latest in it’s insanely long line of first person shooters about white america going to war with just about every brown person under the sun for increasingly dodgy and unrealistic reasons.
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There are few features of modern gaming more reviled by gamers than microtransactions. But as they have become more common place, a large part of the gaming community has softened their stance to accept cosmetic purchases that don’t affect the overall balance of the game. In fact, this method (as seen with Blizzard’s Overwatch) is used to help fund the continued development of the game with the release of new heroes and maps that are periodically released without any additional charge. Continue reading Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Pay-to-Win Microtransactions
After a rocky weekend that saw some server issues, PS4 users will be happy to hear that Activision has decided to extend their open Beta for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare by an additional 24 hours. Continue reading Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Beta Extended for PS4 Users