Activision and Infinity Ward have introduced Call of Duty: Ghosts. The game will feature an entirely new storyline, setting and cast of characters - all powered by a next-gen CoD engine.
During CES 2013 this past January, a tiny little gaming system from Xi3 and Valve tipped up. As you may recall, the machine was hailed as a prototype of Valve's upcoming Steam Box Piston.
Developer Infinity Ward has been hard at work at fixing a few annoyances that have plagued the newest entry in the mega popular Call of Duty series.
Anyone with a PS3 version of the latest Call of Duty games has come face-to-face with a harsh truth: people cheat. But unfortunately, unlike the Xbox 360 and PC versions of the same games, the developer's safeguards to keep the online servers free from these cheaters isn't exactly working.
Activision's broadening its lawsuit against two game developers who developed Call of Duty, adding Electronic Arts to its list of targets.
Activision's secured the right to publish the next big franchise from Halo developer Bungie, bringing future games to new platforms.
In this, version III of what looks to be a long-running franchise, Activision game-play becomes more subtle.
After the president and co-founder of Call of Duty's development studio were fired yesterday, Activision has created a new business unit to handle the hotly successful first-person shooter franchise.
Maybe violent games really do make people aggressive: Activision has fired two senior employees of the studio behind Modern Warfare 2, citing insubordination.