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Next Call of Duty focuses on private military corporations

Activision, developer Sledgehammer Games and news organization VICE have teamed up to detail the narrative direction of the next Call of Duty, which, judging by this video, will apparently focus on private military corporations. A banner on the official Call of Duty YouTube channel points t...

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Major League Gaming adds Call of Duty to ESPN's X Games lineup

Alongside the skateboarders, BMX bikers and other extreme athletes at the upcoming X Games Austin, a comparatively sedate group of gamers will be furiously gunning one another down in a Call of Duty tournament that Major League Gaming hopes will become tradition. According to ESPN, the tournamen...

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Call of Duty: Elite tangoes down this Friday

Activision is closing its premium Call of Duty: Elite service, nearly two years after it racked up more than 10 million registered users and 2 million paid subscribers. The service that provides in-depth stats, social networking, and clan-based features for Modern Warfare 3 and Black Ops 2 official...

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Space cats render Call of Duty: Ghosts a bit more cuddly-wuddly

The above trailer highlights the numerous new customization options found in Call of Duty: Ghosts, though if you're any sort of legitimate hard-nosed, elite, military killing machine, you'll obviously want to equip yourself in head to toe images of chubby orange cats floating in space. [Image: A...

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Activision: This year's Call of Duty game is 'next-gen first'

The next entry in Activision's Call of Duty series is scheduled to launch for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 before it hits any other console, Activision Publishing's CEO Eric Hirshberg confirmed with IGN. Sledgehammer Games was recently named as the developer behind this year's Call of Duty pro...

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Call of Duty now takes three years to make, three studios keep it annual

Activision has announced a new three-year development cycle for upcoming Call of Duty games, starting with this year's release. This move, which will still see individual Call of Duty games coming out annually, cements Sledgehammer Games as one of Activision's primary Call of Duty developers alongs...

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Beat and shoot-em-up in former Titanfall, God of War devs' To The Death

Indie developers Scary Mostro and Section Studios launched their Kickstarter campaign for To The Death today. The game combines beat-em-up and arcade shooter elements together, as players control one of two warriors that are dashing towards one another, hacking away at everything in their path. A...

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Call of Duty: Ghosts Onslaught DLC allegedly dated for January 28

Call of Duty: Ghosts first dose of DLC, Onslaught, will be available to Xbox 360 and Xbox One owners on January 28, according to a photo Twitter user SeriousSix2010 claims to have taken at their local GameStop. The display notes that Onslaught will reach Xbox users first, which would align with Ac...

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Former Call of Duty strategist Robert Bowling foils late-night Robotoki robbery

Former Call of Duty series Creative Strategist Robert Bowling played a heroic role in an attempted robbery last night at the Robotoki offices, scaring off a pair of burglars during a late-night shift. An on-site security video captures the dramatic encounter in its entirety. In a matter of secon...

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First Call of Duty's project name was 'MOH Killer'

Call of Duty may be one of gaming's biggest and most popular franchises now, but it wasn't always that way. In a story by MCV, several ex-Activision and ex-Infinity Ward employees shed light on the early days of the iconic shooter, including it's original project name: "MOH Killer." It turns out...

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