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  • AugFC

    A short video teasing Infinity Ward's new Call of Duty title was uploaded to the official Call of Duty YouTube channel yesterday. The video, entitled "Know Your Enemy", depicts a man belonging to the "Settlement Defense Front" issuing a sinister warning. Who the warning is aimed at is, as of yet, unknown.

    Recent leaks indicate that the game will be entitled Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, and that a reveal trailer will be released on May 3rd.


    A new teaser, entitled "We can still fight back!", has been uploaded to the official Call of Duty YouTube channel, and can also be seen on Nuk3town.

    The reveal trailer has also been confirmed to arrive on May 2nd, not the 3rd as previously thought. It will be released at 09:00am (Pacific Time).

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  • AugFC

    I want to propose that the events of the game aren't just a "dying dream", as many people seem to think, but a semi-real experience that is taking place in Taylor's mind. And yes, everybody who dies in the game is dead in real life - the events of the "dream" tie in directly with what is happening in reality.


    - Pre-mission protocols, put into order

    Years before the game takes place, Jacob Hendricks was in command of a Winslow Accord wetwork team known as "Phi", consisting of himself, John Taylor, Dylan Stone, Javier Ramirez, Alice Conrad, Joseph Fierro, Eamon Xu and Hussein Patel. Their activities are the focus of the prequel comic books. Xu and Patel were KIA in 2059, and are irrelevant to the video game's plot. Stone, Ramire…

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  • AugFC

    Here I will be looking at Slegehammer's own unique designs only, not the slightly-rehashed ARs and SMGs like the SAC3, which is clearly just a futuristic take on the Vector, or the AMR9 which is obviously just an AR-15 chambered in 9mm. This is for Sledgehammer's fictional guns only.

    The Integrated Munitions Rifle (IMR) is a very unique design from Sledgehammer, although how exactly it works is less than clear. From what I can piece together, it seems that the 3D printer unit (called the "Formcaster 3D") built into the stock inserts newly-printed munitions straight into the barrel, one after the other via a revolving mechanism. Basically, the user racks part of the barrel into the Formcaster and each round is stacked into the barrel.

    The obv…

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  • AugFC

    The Weapons of the CoD Wiki

    February 16, 2012 by AugFC

    Please, please, please, please, please bear in mind that I can't complete everyone's requests at once. I've got other projects on the go.&nbsp

    If you're gonna ask for a weapons skin, for christ's sake please bear in mind I can't do them all at once. I usually do the ones that are senisble, and I'm less likely to complete your request if you keep nagging me. It's just annoying.

    A "good" request sounds a little something like this:

    "'Um...Could you make a a M40A3 or a CoD4 style MP5? Also, if you wouldn't mind, I'd love to have a Fluttershy holding a Crunch bar like my avatar on my M40A3.

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  • AugFC

    gonna be off wiki for i dont knosw how long but something came up

    anyway here is part 2 of that retarded video i made a blog about ages ago

    if you didnt watch part one it can be seen heer


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