Hello again, FANDOM! It's me again. I was always a HUGE fan of the guns of Infinite Warfare. Now I want ideas for new weapons! Go on, pitch in an idea! It can be ANYthing your creative mind desires. Hell, you can even add a future spin on old classics, like the M2 Browning!Read more >
Call me, hate me whatever you want because of this writing. And it seems the Sledgehammer doesn't learn about what happened of Treyarch at their Black Ops Franchise. Any additional information would be great and I gladly welcome it.
- Kar98k has an detachable Trench-Magazine that holds 7 Rounds. In reality, they could hold 20-rounds and the operator must reload with 5-rounds stripper clip. Anyway, there's no report of Trench-Magazine usage in every europan theatres.
- Putting a 5-Rounds Stripper Clip in scoped Springfield? WHAT KIND OF IDIOCRACY IS THIS!?
- There's no report of Reflex Sight Usage at M1918 B.A.R in battlefield. The Reflex Sight itself was Nydar Model 47 that intended for Hunting Shotguns. I mean, why they put the fragile attachment …
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Today's PlayStation Paris Games Week stream has revealed the identity of the first DLC map pack for Call of Duty: WWII, titled The Resistance. It includes three brand new multiplayer maps, a brand new War Mode map, and a brand new Nazi Zombies map. It will launch on January 30th, 2018, first on the PlayStation 4.
This is the first time since Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare that a DLC map pack was announced prior to the release of the official game itself. What do you think of The Resistance? Are you excited or could you care less? Let us know in the comment section below.
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Today Charlie Intel and LuckerBrah! have revealed that there is a total of nine (ten via Season Pass) multiplayer and three War Mode maps included in Call of Duty: WWII. This is significantly shorter than other titles in the series. The beta files have stated that there would be more than nine standard maps, but according to the article, they are nowhere to be found in-game right now.
What do you think of this shorter list of maps? Does it make you angry or do you not care? Let us know in the comment section below.
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LuckerBrah!'s link was not included, just a thank you for his assistance.
Players who have managed to obtain Call of Duty: WWII early have met a roadblock. Every copy requires a day one patch to grant players access to the game. This is very likely an effort made by Sledgehammer Games to combat early streaming of Call of Duty: WWII.
What do you think of this new tactic made by the developers? Tell us in the comment section below.
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The details of a patent filed by Activision in 2015, recently revealed in Rolling Stone magazine, show the methods behind Activision's reliance on microtransactions.
U.S. Patent 9,789,406 was filed May 14th, 2015 and is described as "System and method for driving microtransactions in multiplayer video games ". It has the following points:
- "For example, in one implementation, the system may include a microtransaction engine that arranges matches to influence game-related purchases. For instance, the microtransaction engine may match a more expert/marquee player with a junior player to encourage the junior player to make game-related purchases of items possessed/used by the marquee player. A junior player may wish to emulate the marquee player…
The live-action trailer for Call of Duty: WWII called "Reassemble!" has been released.
As you can see, it focuses on a group of friends gathering the team for an epic battle. Unlike previous Call of Duty live-action trailers, it doesn't feature visual references to the game itself (with celebrities, etc.), nor the usual "There's A Soldier In All Of Us" slogan.Read more >
Just trying to figure out how to make userboxes or if you are able to use someone else's (because I'm lazy when it comes to things like coding, etc). Thank you.Read more >
Yup. Same deal as before. These are weapons from CoD 4 until BOIII, as those are the only ones I've played.
Not a lot of competition with CoD 4 shotguns, so I think this one was obvious.
Some of you may argue that the Double-Barreled Shotgun is better, but I disagree. It might be because I was that one guy who ran the bayonet with this gun.
Was there a doubt? Akimbo 1887, was bae. Not just for me, but for everyone.
Stakeout with grip was my go to shotgun. With a few exceptions, my favorite shotguns are the ones you have you prime before you can continue firing.
I know what I just said about priming shotguns, but how can I not like this gun with ammo size that big?
I can not aim worth a damn with this gun, but when I do hit someone with that sl…
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Same thing as before, only this time it's with SMGs. So, lets get started.
Again, I never played the multiplayer for CoD 4, but this gun was my favorite in singleplayer.
Like I said with the STG-44, was there a doubt? This gun was a beast. IS a beast. No gun in that game could compete.
Like the PPSh-41, this gun is also a beast. The high ammo count, the massive damage, everything.
I remember using this gun more than any other gun in BO. I was usually that guy who ran the grenade launcher on the gun, because it's the only SMG that can.
I don't know what it is about this gun that I loved so much. But after my second prestige, this was what I perma-unlocked.
Before it was announced as DLC, my choice was the PDW-57 for the high ammo count. B…
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