Activision is reportedly "hedging their bets" on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 selling well and on the COD 2.0 infrastructure.
Details, images, and concept art on the upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Treyarch's 2024 instalment have emerged from a recent leak.
Since launching in 2020, Call of Duty: Warzone has had over 125 million players. Over 3,000 people are working on the franchise currently.
Rumours of a standalone Call of Duty: Zombies game have been about for over a year, and Treyarch seems to be recruiting for a project that sounds very much like that.
A new report claims that Activision has internally delayed 2023's premium Call of Duty instalment, and will instead release another new free-to-play online entry.
Current and former Treyarch developers who worked on the likes of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 and Black Ops Cold War have spoken about their experiences with crunch at the studio.
Infinity Ward co-studio head Patrick Kelly has confirmed that all games in the series going forward will run on the same engine.
A Bloomberg report states that contractual obligations will see Activision releasing at least three new Call of Duty games on PlayStation despite its impending acquisition by Xbox.
The Call of Duty publisher heads to court against the cheat providers EngineOwning, seeking "exemplary and punitive damages."
PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan recently denounced Activision for its "deep-seated culture of discrimination and harassment."
The latest but not quite greatest Call of Duty has been out for several weeks - here are a few issues that fans already have with it.
A new report sheds light on Activision boss' mistreatment of female employees, while claiming he was also aware of sexual misconduct within the company and chose not to act.
Cheaters found constantly violating the security policy can find themselves banned from playing past, present and future Call of Duty titles.
Jurassic World Evolution 2 and Shin Megami Tensei 5 also see debuts in the top 10, while Call of Duty: Vanguard retains the top spot.
Critical reception for the World War 2 first person shooter has been muted, and it seems that's been reflected in the game's performance on the market as well.
The first person shooter has seen quite a drop in launch sales from last year's game. Meanwhile, Mario Party Superstars is still #1.
The Call of Duty formula’s most familiar entry does it well.
Meanwhile, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales saw increased sales thanks to strong Nintendo Switch and PS5 sales.
Vanguard is available now for consoles and PC, while Warzone's big new map update will launch for all platforms on December 2.
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