Posts Tagged Infinity Ward
Here we have the first official info for COD: Ghosts, a whole new chapter and sub-brand in the Call of Duty franchise. Read all the details in the press release after the jump!
Tesco direct, a UK retailer, seems to have revealed the box art for the next COD game called Call of Duty: Ghosts. The listing was put up early this morning and then quickly pulled, but not before everyone got some screen grabs.
Also a tweet from @Wario64 revealed a supposed Target add (see below) revealing the games release date of November 5, 2013.
So what do you think, will you be getting the next COD game? Do you think it will be available for the PS4?
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Infinity Ward, Sledgehammer Games, and Raven Software discuss the ALL-NEW Face Off gameplay style and Collection 2 DLC in this behind-the-scenes multiplayer video for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. This mode actually looks really cool, and I can’t wait to try it out.
As usual, no release date has been announced yet for PS3, as this will be a limited time Xbox exclusive.
Totally new to the franchise, FACE OFF distills all the fun and intensity of multiplayer into a new breed of 1 vs. 1 and 2 vs. 2 close combat. Featuring smaller, super-concentrated multiplayer maps specially designed for FACE OFF to encourage strategy, skill, and teamwork like never before.
This is a small 4mb fix that takes care of all the amazing people who add buttons next to their names. I always laughed when I saw it but it can be bothersome. I may go on a rant a bit here for a moment but how many Call of Duty titles do we have now? How many times are they going to release them with the same set of problems?
Regardless we have had a ton of patch’s and there has been many improvements to what remains to be the most brainless fun out there. Here is a full list of what has been changed and what is in the works.
This year’s two biggest military shooters, both released within the last 30 days, are, of course, Modern Warfare 3 and Battlefield 3. IGN has pitted the two in a head-to-head competition by putting the players (read: IGN’s readers) in charge of the outcome across three categories: graphics, multiplayer, and campaign. Given the sales numbers and the fanboyism behind one of the titles, the outcome is rather surprising. Just look at the total votes for each title at the end. I got a chuckle out of it.