Articles about Activision

Man Escapes Prison, Gets Caught After Going Out To Buy Call Of Duty
We imagine that escaping from prison is hard, which is why you would think that someone who escaped from jail would try harder to not get caught. However, that wasn’t the case with Clint Butler who was serving a 17-year sentence for robbery and firearm based offenses. Butler had escaped from Spring Hill Prison in Buckinghamshire back in November last year, but his escape did not last long.

World Of Warcraft: Shadowlands Is The Fastest-Selling PC Game Of All Time
When you consider how old World of Warcraft is, you might expect that the number of people who continue to play the game has dwindled, and you would be right. However, it seems that with the release of the Shadowlands expansion, Blizzard has experienced a fresh surge of new players.

You Can Now Pre-Order Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War For The Xbox
A couple of weeks ago, Activision announced the latest installment in the Call of Duty franchise in the form of Black Ops Cold War. For gamers who might be interested in checking out the game, you’ll be pleased to learn that Microsoft has since announced that the game is actually now available for pre-order and pre-download for the Xbox consoles.

Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War Confirmed
If you have been looking forward to the next Call of Duty title, then you will be pleased to learn that Activision has pretty much confirmed that the next game in the franchise will be Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War. This is based on an unlisted YouTube video that they posted onto the Call of Duty channel.


New Call Of Duty Game Confirmed For Fall 2020
If you have been looking forward to a new Call of Duty game to play this year, you’ll be happy to learn that during Activision Blizzard’s Q1 2020 financial call, the publisher has revealed that there will indeed be a new Call of Duty game scheduled for a release this coming fall, but they stopped short on the details of the upcoming game.

Activision Blizzard Games Have Been Pulled From NVIDIA’s GeForce Now Service
While there are several game streaming services available on the market today, NVIDIA’s GeForce Now was met with a lot of positive reviews when it launched last week. This is because unlike some other streaming platforms, GeForce Now allowed users to connect to their favorite stores and play games they already owned.

Blizzard Has More Remakes And Remasters Planned For 2020
These days, we’re starting to see more developers and publishers remake and remaster older games. Blizzard is no exception because during a recent conference call with investors and analysts, the CFO of Activision Blizzard, Dennis Durkin, revealed that the company was working on more remakes and remasters of their games for 2020.

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Will Charge $20 To Show Kill-Death Ratios
When you play multiplayer games, one of the basic features of such games is that it will show you a win-lose/kill-death ratio. This lets you know how well you’re doing, how the rest of your team is doing, how much ahead the enemy is of you, and so on. This has been a basic feature since the good old days of Quake.

Controller Support For Call of Duty: Mobile Coming Soon
Games such as Call of Duty definitely benefit from being played with physical controllers. Whether you’re a believer in using gamepads or using a keyboard and mouse combination, we’re sure that most of us can agree that using a physical controller is miles better than using on-screen controls.

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Is Activision’s Best-Selling Call Of Duty Title To Date
Every year without fail, Activision releases a new Call of Duty title. You would think that by now, gamers would get sick of the franchise, but if anything, it seems that gamers are more into the game than ever. This is according to the latest figures for the game in which in the first 3 days of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare going on sale, it has managed to rack […]

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Will Replace Loot Boxes With A Battle Pass System
Loot boxes are a controversial game feature that has been around for a while now. The idea is that you can pay money for a loot box and the items in it will be randomized, so you might not necessarily get what you want. This has drawn the ire of lawmakers, where some feel that it might be considered a form of gambling.

Controller Support For Call Of Duty: Mobile Still Being Worked On
Games like Call of Duty were designed to be played using controllers like a keyboard, mouse, or a gamepad. So naturally when the game was launched on mobile, some were wondering about whether or not controller support would be coming, and the good news is that it looks like it is in development.

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Might Not Come With A Loot Box System
One of the ways that developers earn money through their games these days, beyond the initial purchase, is by selling in-game items. A popular in-game item comes in the form of loot boxes, where the randomized nature of these loot boxes means that gamers will need to keep buying them to try their luck at getting the item they want.

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Is A 175GB Install On PCs
Over the years, as our games got more complex and more high-resolution, their install sizes also got a lot bigger. However, could Call of Duty: Modern Warfare be taking things too far? According to an official listing for the PC version of the game on, it has been discovered that the install size of the game could take up a whopping 175GB on PCs.

Call Of Duty: Mobile Hits 100 Million Downloads In The First Week
The Call of Duty franchise is a pretty big one and when the game launched on mobile, it wasn’t a complete surprise to learn that it did as well as it did. Previously, we had heard that the game had managed to rack up as much as $2 million in revenue in the first couple of days of it being launched.

Call Of Duty: Mobile Pulls In $2 Million In Revenue Since Launch
Activision’s Call of Duty franchise is a huge one, which is why the company seems to be very eager at releasing a new title every year. More recently, the mobile version of the game was launched and if you thought that this might have diluted the franchise, it seems to have done the opposite.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Crossplay Will Be Available At Launch
Announced back in May earlier this year, Activision’s next Call of Duty title will be called Modern Warfare. One of the features of the game is support for cross-platform, meaning that gamers can play with other gamers on other platforms, such as PC, PS4, and the Xbox One. However, the question is, when will the feature be launched?

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.