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New Infinite Warfare Trailer Starring MMA Fighter Conor McGregor

by Peter Paltridgeon 09/15/2016
The Call of Duty series is no stranger to stunt casting, and Infinite Warfare has cast two significant actors this year: Kit Harrington, aka Jon Snow from Game of Thrones….and Conor McGregor, professioal MMA fighter. The latter role was just revealed yesterday by McGregor himself, and today EA released the first trailer to feature footage […]
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There'll Probably Be An Infinite Warfare II, Says Infinity Ward

by Peter Paltridgeon 08/22/2016
For a while now, the Call of Duty franchise has mainly consisted of two subseries connected under the CoD banner: Infinity Ward’s Modern Warfare and Treyarch’s Black Ops. However, Modern Warfare ended with the announcement of a game subtitled “Infinite Warfare” and set in space. Is Infinity Ward thinking of starting a new subseries with […]

New Call Of Duty PvP Mode Will Be Demoed At Gamescom

by Peter Paltridgeon 08/17/2016
Activision, publishers of Call of Duty and such, will be showing off some new attractions at Gamescom. They’ve provided us with this press release that summarizes it all, reproduced below. Cliff Notes version is this: Zombies in Spaceland (which we told you about yesterday) will be playable on the show floor, or for the majority […]

SDCC 2016: New Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare Gameplay Footage

by Peter Paltridgeon 07/21/2016
Infinity Ward, developers of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, demoed the first 12 minutes of their game this afternoon at San Diego Comic-Con. In this opener you play as Capt. Nick Reyes of the United Nations Space Alliance, fending off an attack on Geneva by the Settlement Defense Front. Stuff goes boom. This opening chapter […]

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In Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare, How Come You Can Hear In Space?

by Peter Paltridgeon 06/23/2016
Space sounds cool as a military setting, yet there’s a lot about it that gets in your way as opposed to picking a setting with gravity. One giant problem? You’re not supposed to be able to hear in space — sound waves can’t travel in a vacuum. So how come in that trailer, we heard […]
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Infinite Warfare Isn't A Followup To Ghosts, Says Infinity Ward

by Peter Paltridgeon 05/03/2016
The last Call of Duty developer Infinity Ward worked on was Call of Duty: Ghosts in 2013, so some people have been wondering: is the sci-fi world of Infinite Warfare connected to it in any way? According to the developer, no. In fact, Infinite Warfare is intended to launch the beginning of a brand new […]

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Infinite Warfare Fast Becoming Activision's Worst-Kept Secret

by Peter Paltridgeon 04/29/2016
While Activision may have just begun teasing Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare in their current game, there won’t be much left to reveal if the pace of these leaks keeps up. Two days ago a Target flyer was photographed that showed the artwork, the logo for Infinite Warfare, and a remastered version of Call of […]
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Call Of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Rumored To Be Remastered

by Peter Paltridgeon 04/27/2016
Yesterday the name “Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare” was leaked out by Sony when they put it in the Playstation Store menu by accident. Today something else slipped out, but the proof is a little less concrete: a Snapchat photo. We’re not saying it’s true, we’re saying it’s out there. The CoD fansite Charlie Intel […]

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Least Surprising News Of The Year: A New Call Of Duty

by Peter Paltridgeon 02/11/2016
Everybody knew it was coming, but today was the day Activision made it formal. There WILL be a new Call of Duty coming out for current-gen consoles and the PC in the fall of 2016. Consider us shocked. Three different studios work on Call of Duty games simultaneously to make the annual delivery possible. This […]

It's 2016: Infinity Ward Says "Let's Do This"

by Peter Paltridgeon 01/01/2016
About thirty minutes after the year 2016 began, Infinity Ward’s official Twitter account brought forth this message: “Happy new year!! 2016 is going to be incredible. Let’s do this.” What they’re referring to is the way Call of Duty stays an annual franchise even though their games take an average of three years to complete. […]