Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019) Has Been Officially Announced

About a week ago, it was rumored that a new Call of Duty game in the works known as Modern Warfare. The rumors were suggesting that this would kind of act as a soft reboot of sorts to the Modern Warfare franchise, and as it turns out, the rumors were true because Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has since been officially announced.


2019’s Call Of Duty Will Be Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

Activision is expected to announce a new Call of Duty game by the end of June, but it seems that some of the details might have already been leaked. According to a report from Eurogamer who have heard from their sources, it seems that 2019’s Call of Duty title will be known as Modern Warfare.


2020’s Call Of Duty Rumored To Be Black Ops 5

How Activision’s Call of Duty franchise works is that every year, there will be a new title. However, every title will be developed by a different developer. So far we’ve seen studios like Treyarch, Sledgehammer, and Infinity Ward share the development of various Call of Duty titles in the past.


New Call Of Duty Game To Be Announced By End Of June

So far Activision has been pretty consistent with its release of Call of Duty games on an annual basis, and for those who aren’t sick of the franchise yet, you’ll be pleased to learn that we can expect to learn more about a new Call of Duty game by the end of June. This was revealed during Activision’s earnings call where they expect to reveal it sometime this quarter.


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Man Behind Fatal Call Of Duty ‘Swatting’ Sentenced To 20 Years In Jail

A couple of years ago, a dispute between Call of Duty players resulted in one of them “swatting” the other, which unfortunately resulted in a man being killed. The person behind the call, Tyler Barriss, has since been sentenced to 20 years in jail for making false emergency calls to authorities.


Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered Gets Rated

A couple of years ago, Activision launched Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered. As the name implies, this is a remaster of a classic game which was pretty well received, and the good news is that if you were hoping to see a remastered release of Modern Warfare 2, you could be in luck.


No ‘Major Frontline’ Blizzard Releases Planned For 2019

Are you hoping to see a new major Blizzard title released this year? Unfortunately that will not be the case because according to Activision Blizzard’s COO Coddy Johnson, there are no plans for any “major frontline” releases for Blizzard titles this year which means that any hope of seeing a Diablo 4 is all but gone.


Bungie Says That They Will Remain Committed To Destiny

Last week Bungie announced that they would be separating from Activision and will also be retaining the rights to Destiny, which they plan on self-publishing in the future. It was unclear as to what would become of the franchise moving forwards, but in a new blog post shared on Bungie’s website, the developer has stated that they will remain committed to the franchise.


Destiny 2 Will Still Continue To Be Support By Blizzard’s Battle.net

When Destiny 2 was announced, it was also revealed that the game would be available via the Battle.net Launcher, which is Blizzard’s launcher for their own games like World of Warcraft, StarCraft, Diablo, Hearthstone, Overwatch, and so on. This is due to the fact that Destiny was published by Activision who they share the same parent company with.


Destiny 3 Could Still Be Coming In 2020 Despite Split With Activision

Recently it was announced that Bungie and Activision would be parting ways. Prior to that, Bungie was the developer behind the Destiny franchise while Activision acted as its publisher. The split also saw Bungie retain the rights to Destiny, meaning that they’ll be able to keep developing it and publish it themselves if they so choose.


Bungie Drops Activision And Will Now Self-Publish Destiny

Bungie, the developer behind popular franchises such as Halo and Destiny, has made a big decision about its destiny. The studio announced today that it’s parting ways with long-time publisher Activision. What does this mean for the future of Destiny? Bungie will be self-publishing it from here on out. The studio made this surprise announcement earlier today.


Activision Announces Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Battle Edition

Triple AAA games are usually priced around the $60 mark, sometimes more if it is a deluxe version. However if you’re looking to save some money, it seems that Activision is trying out a new model with Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. The company has announced the Battle Edition version of the game that will be priced at $30.


Activision Expect To Announce Crash Team Racing Remake

Racing games aren’t new, especially racing games that are comprised of using characters from various video game franchises. Nintendo’s Mario Kart is a good example of that, and so is the Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing. Some of you might even recall that back in 1999, Sony and Naughty Dog launched Crash Team Racing.


Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 Initially Had A Campaign

This year’s Call of Duty title did not launch with a campaign, despite the fact that previous Call of Duty titles did. However it seems that at some point in time, Treyarch did explore the idea of introducing a campaign to the game, and apparently it was even in development until mid 2017 where they decided to ditch it entirely.