‘Major Expansion’ For Destiny 2 Planned For Later This Year

If you’re looking forward to seeing more Destiny 2 content this year, you’ll be pleased to learn that during Activision Blizzard’s latest investor’s call, they confirmed that Destiny 2 will be getting a “major expansion” later this year, although they stopped short of telling us exactly what it will be about.


Treyarch Confirmed To Be Developing 2018’s Call Of Duty

With series like Battlefield and Call of Duty, companies like EA and Activision tend to spread the work around, where development studios take turn developing the titles. This year’s Call of Duty it seems will be developed byh Treyarch, as confirmed by Activision’s President and Chief Operating Officer Coddy Johnson.


Activision Blizzard Earned $4 Billion From In-Game Transactions In 2017

If you were hoping that in-game transactions are a trend that will eventually pass, prepare to be disappointed because it looks like it is an extremely lucrative model. In fact according to Activision Blizzard’s latest financials, the company has revealed that in 2017 they have managed to pull in $4 billion in in-game transactions.


2018’s Call Of Duty Could Be Coming To The Nintendo Switch

When it comes to the main FPS franchises such as Call of Duty and Battlefield, for the most part Nintendo’s platforms have usually been ignored. For example EA’s Battlefield franchise has never seen a release on a Nintendo platform, while Activision’s Call of Duty did see a handful of titles released for the Wii and Wii U, although that hasn’t really happened since 2013’s “Ghosts”.


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Activision Reportedly Has A Five Year Plan For Crash Bandicoot

These days it seems to be the “in” thing when it comes to reviving old video game franchises, and Sony’s Crash Bandicoot series was one of them. Just last year the Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy was released to great success, which has apparently prompted Activision to think in longer terms.


Call Of Duty: WWII ‘The Resistance’ DLC Live Action Trailer Released

If you’re getting a bit tired of what Activision’s Call of Duty: WWII is offering at the moment, then you might have heard that a DLC is in the works that is scheduled for a release on the 30th of January, 2018, which is today. To hype the launch of the DLC, Activision has since published a new live action trailer for it.


Destiny 2 Gets An Official Ghost Skill For Alexa

When it comes to skills for Alexa, there are so many out there for all sorts of things, whether you want something mundane like the weather, the news, traffic updates, or calling you a cab, an Uber, or even ordering you food. This is largely thanks to the openness of Alexa which allows third-party developers to create skills for it.


Destiny 2 Free Trial Confirmed, Available From The 28th Of November

These days there seems to be a bit of debate as to whether or not gamers should pre-order games. There are some who argue that this allows developers to get away with buggy releases, versus developers having to make sure that they’ve got a good solid game that will attract customers.


Bungie Could Be Working On Free Trial Program For Destiny 2

These days developers and publishers love to encourage gamers to pre-order games before they are released, sometimes tempting gamers with bonus in-game content as an incentive. However some gamers might prefer waiting for the game to be released before buying, like waiting to check out reviews and so on.


Call Of Duty: WWII Microtransactions Delayed By A Week

The price of video games has definitely gone up over the years, but as if that wasn’t bad enough, developers and publishers have found new ways to get gamers to keep paying even after they’ve bought the game through microtransactions. This is a feature that will be introduced to Call of Duty: WWII, but not just yet.


Activision Says Call Of Duty Movie Might Help Expand Base Audience

Activision Blizzard announced the formation of a new business division a couple of years ago called Activision Blizzard Studios. It was said to be working on Call of Duty movies and a Skylanders TV show. While multiple CoD movies are in the pipeline, not much is known about them. Activision remains open to the idea as it believes that this presents an opportunity to expand the game’s base audience.


Call Of Duty: WWII Xbox One X VS PS4 Pro Graphics Comparison

The recently-released Microsoft Xbox One X represents a refresh in the current console lineup, and is essentially Microsoft’s answer to the Sony PS4 Pro. However the console is also more expensive than the PS4 Pro or any other console that’s available on the market right now, so the question is, is it worth it?


Dedicated Servers For Call Of Duty: WWII Are Being Tested

When it comes to multiplayer games, developers sometimes have to decide if they want to reply on a P2P connection or creating dedicated servers for their game. Clearly the latter is a bigger investment, which may or may not pay off depending on how many players play the game, but the benefits are obvious.


Activision Optimistic About The Idea Of An ‘Overwatch’ Movie

Video game movies have unfortunately over the years gotten a bad reputation, and so far despite Hollywood’s best attempts, such movie adaptations have never really been pulled off well, but it hasn’t stopped studios from trying. In fact publish Activision seems to be pretty optimistic about the idea of an Overwatch movie.