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The latest DLC for use in both Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War has clearly taken its inspiration from Batman’s rogue gallery, as the new Chemical Reaction: Pro Pack is now available.
As FPS games have continuously grown in popularity over the years, there have been a number of favoured games such as Battlefield and Halo, but nothing quite comes close to the popularity of the Call of Duty franchise.
Call of Duty Warzone has already made its mark as one of the most popular Battle Royale games available in the market today.
As a franchise the Call of Duty series has allowed gamers to embark on many a challenge, and with Black Ops Cold War, those challenges have been above and beyond anything previously delivered. The chance to therefore get one up on the opposition is something that no Call of Duty player should ignore, and that makes the Black Ops Cold War - Gilded Age III: Pro Pack something worthy of serious consideration.
With Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War on Xbox you get a hell of a lot of game for your money. It’s a game in which you could easily spend hundreds of hours in, and then you can throw Warzone on top. It's a great package and one that provides a thoroughly enjoyable campaign, a deep multiplayer mode, and tons of the usual Call of Duty theatrics.
You can trust Activision and Call of Duty to make a mark whenever a new generation of gaming consoles is unveiled and that is the case here and now. Yep, Call of Duty is back. Black Ops is Back. And it's time to immerse yourself in a Cold War.
What do we have with the original Call of Duty: Black Ops? Quite simply, one of the best Call of Duty titles of all time.
Despite the free-to-play Call of Duty: Warzone being out for well over a year, there still might be folks who haven’t yet plucked up the courage to partake in the battle royale mayhem. The latest downloadable content, the Call of Duty: Warzone Pro Pack on Xbox One, could see you entering the battlefield with real swagger as it contains all sorts of goodies - for a price, of course.
Are you a Sky Broadband of TV customer? If you are, chances are you've enrolled in the Sky VIP loyalty programme. And if you've done that, then you're going to be sorted in terms of getting access to the long-awaited multiplayer beta for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.
ASTRO Gaming. A name that has grown over the years by delivering premium gaming equipment for all. Well, ASTRO are back and this time they are teaming up with the Call of Duty franchise to deliver a brand new headset to Xbox, PlayStation and PC gamers - the ASTRO Gaming Call of Duty: Black Ops: Cold War A10 Headset.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is nearly upon us, but I wanted to take some time to delve a little deeper into its three pre-order editions in relation to the future of pricing practices. As a direct sequel to the first Black Ops, Cold War brings back some familiar faces and the boots-on-the-ground gameplay that the community seems to prefer over wall-running and jetpacking. At launch, Cold War offers three editions - the standard, the digital cross-gen bundle, and the ultimate edition. Though appropriately priced for what’s offered, I can’t help but question the pricing model for next-gen games to come.
In a move sprung upon gamers across the world in the most sudden of sudden fashions, Modern Warfare 2 is back - available right now on Xbox One and PC!
Call of Duty: Warzone on Xbox One takes the best – and occasionally the worst – from its own history and mixes it with the knowledge gained from its contemporaries to make an excellent experience that players can easily spend hours joyfully fighting in.
Ready for a new massive combat experience that will cater for up to 150 players and be totally free-to-play? Call of Duty: Warzone is here and it threatens to turn the Battle Royale scene on its head.
With the recent release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - the latest CoD title that rebooted the breathtaking Modern Warfare series - Call of Duty is arguably back to the peak it experienced in the old MW2 and Black Ops days. It’s only natural to wonder, therefore, just how do the developers put together such an expert work of art, as well as an uber-fun game? Titan Books and author Andy McVittie have your answers, with the Making Call of Duty: Modern Warfare book - it’s a deep-dive into the characters, weapons, maps and everything else that is present in CoD: Modern Warfare.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare may just be the most polarizing Call of Duty title ever to hit the shelves: the emphasis upon slower tactics and careful decision-making is one that has left many fans of the franchise split. But whether you love it or hate it you simply cannot deny that Modern Warfare has a monumental player base, and in order to support this Activision have today released Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Season One.
Was Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 as ground-breaking as the original Modern Warfare? No. Is it silly, over-the-top and fundamentally un-balanced? Yes, but that’s what makes MW2 an absolutely brilliant game. It enraptured and entertained, and left us all with lasting memories. Games are meant to be fun and MW2 was exactly that.
Slower, bolder and more confident, Modern Warfare on Xbox One is a substantial step forward for the series.
What’s the most important part of any Call of Duty multiplayer? Is it the guns, the killstreaks or the game modes? Well, they’re pretty important, but the real answer is the maps. They can make or break a Call of Duty. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is here, and what better way to celebrate its release than by looking back at some of the maps that made Infinity Ward’s original trilogy so great. Here are ten of the greatest.
Admit it, you've missed the delights of Call of Duty. After going up against the brilliant Battlefield series in recent times, pushing out new ideas, venturing off into space and gathering up hatred as it went, it's been a tough few years for the Call of Duty franchise. But when things are at their lowest, the best thing to do is hark back to greatness, and in Call of Duty world, that means making a return and a soft reboot of the stunning Modern Warfare. But it's not just about Activision making cash and with the addition of a Defender Pack, they are being a bit charitable too.
With August upon us, we’re slowly pushing towards that yearly rush of new games, in which the game calendar quickly fills with near daily releases, and the biggest and most anticipated titles of the year start to flood in. One that’s not too far from release is that of the yearly entry in the Call of Duty series, but whilst recent years have seen a very similar copy and paste feel applied to each series entry, this years Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is one that looks to raise the bar and reignite the excitement - for both series veterans and newcomers alike. What better way to do that then to go back to where it all kicked off?
After a lot of speculation, the latest instalment in the long-running blockbuster Call of Duty franchise was recently revealed – and it’s a reboot of the groundbreaking Modern Warfare series. However, the makers of the new game say it will be set in a new timeline, and the events of the original Modern Warfare trilogy will be re-written. So as to never forget the revolutionary series that paved the way for Call of Duty to become the best-selling shooter franchise of all time, this list charts five of the best missions - not individual moments, but complete missions – from the Modern Warfare series.
It’s hard to remember a time when a Call of Duty game was being heralded as ‘fresh’. In fact, the barrage of titles has been welcomed with less fanfare than a Jedward concert! However, after the series’ resurgence in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Treyarch took players back to the horrors of World War II with 2008’s World at War.
I’ll be honest, the announcement that Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 would be arriving without a single-player campaign was one that didn’t sit right with me.