Posts Tagged ‘china’

The Chinese Version Of PUBG Will Sport Several Differences

by Peter Paltridgeon 11/22/2017
What will the Chinese version of PUBG look like? Can a Chinese publisher make it palatable to consumers and the state government at the same time? The negotiations are over and, as expected, tech company Tencent will be releasing Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds in the People’s Republic of China. Tencent is a big company, and getting any […]
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Call of Duty Online Open Public Beta Starts in China

by Shawn Hopkinson 01/12/2015
Call of Duty Online, a free-to-play Call of Duty spinoff that Western gamers may never get to play, has now launched its open public beta in China. Developed by American Activision subsidiary Raven Software and hosted by Chinese internet company Tencent, Call of Duty Online is a PC-only mashup of assets from games including Call […]

Get the Full Chris Evans Experience in Complete Call of Duty Online Live-Action Trailer

by Shawn Hopkinson 01/06/2015
We’ve seen a teaser already, but the full live-action trailer for Call of Duty Online, the new free-to-play Call of Duty game that’s launching in China Jan. 11, is now online. The long trailer is surprisingly entertaining, more fun than most of the game trailers we see in the West. Subtitles reveal some funny jokes, […]

Captain America Chris Evans Saves China in Call of Duty Online Trailer

by Shawn Hopkinson 12/30/2014
Time will tell if the U.S. will ever get Call of Duty Online, the Call of Duty game that’s currently in open beta in China and set for a  January 11, 2015 release. Considering it’s a free-to-play title loaded with micro-transactions, I sincerely hope not. But it looks some serious resources are being put into […]

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No Call of Duty, Titanfall or Destiny for Chinese Xbox One Launch

by Shawn Hopkinson 09/29/2014
  The Chinese are lining up to buy the Xbox One after a 14-year government ban on legally purchasing game consoles, but they won’t be playing the console’s most popular games. According to Bloomberg, the Xbox One went on sale in 4,000 Chinese stores as the first console to launch there legally since the 2000 […]