Console players can play Infinite Warfaree for free this weekend. All three modes will be available to players, but you will only be able to play the first two campaign missions and the player's level will be capped at 15 in multiplayer and 3 in zombies.
Are you going to give Infinite Warfare a chance now that it's free? Are you just going to skip it? Do you already own it? Tell us in the comments below!Read more >
Due to technical difficulties, Miller can’t do the weekly news recap. So he asked me to do it instead! Here's a brief recap on what's happened with the Call of Duty series lately, plus some stuff ongoing stuff here on the wiki.
- Call of Duty 2 was made available for backwards compatability! Which means that all of you pining for a WWII game can hop into one you’ve likely never played. I kind of wish they would’ve remade this instead of ‘’Modern Warfare’’.
- Infinite Warfare narrative director and former Naughty Dog employee Taylor Kurosaki said that he believes that Infinite Warfare could be Call of Duty's next sub-series.
- A sneak peek of the new (and supposedly last) zombies map,
Revelations, was released.
- This was followed shortly after with the m…
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In an interview with Polygon, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's narrative director, Taylor Kurosaki (formerly of Naughty Dog), stated that "We want to establish our own new sub-franchise. Our own new branch of the Call of Duty tree" when asked about Infinite Warfare's potential as a sub-franchise.
He went on talk about how Infinity Ward tried to craft "very rich world" that can be the basis of multiple games, going so far as to state that they're "not even close to exhausting" the lore of this new universe in the upcoming game. He also cryptically mentions that there are many new "under the hood" changes in the new game.
When asked about the story, he mention that it was "first and foremost a classic war story" that closely followed "in the great…
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So it’s been over five years since I last wrote a blog and “best of” list blogs seem to be somewhat popular to make at the moment, so why not hop on the bandwagon? And by bandwagon, I don’t mean copying SGG’s blog post, since I started writing this before he posted his.
Any way, it should be noted that this list only includes the lyrical Easter Eggs written for Nazi Zombies, remixes and remasters excluded. This means that you won’t be seeing Beauty of Annihilation (The Giant Remix), Damned or Nightmare on this list.
To start the list is Coming Home, which is simply just an atrocious song. The worst part of the song is the horrendous screams. In previous songs the screams were always accents to the singing, coming in at just right time or pla…
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Reciently, I have had trouble linking accounts. It won't let me get past the login part, even though I have an account on CallofDuty.com. Does anyone know why this is?Read more >