Earlier this month, Activision announced that a 'Revolution' DLC pack would be arriving for those on Xbox 360, and, as promised, the pack is now available for 1200 Microsoft Points. Announced via the blog of Larry Hryb - better known as Microsoft's very own Major Nelson - Revolution offers four new multiplayer maps, a new weapon in the Peacekeeper hybrid SMG-Assault Rifle, and the eagerly-awaited Zombies Co-op Map - Die Rise - which puts the player in the role of Zombie rather than the traditional position as Zombie slayer.
Everyone likes a good trailer, and the people behind Call of Duty certainly know how to make a good trailer. The latest one for the upcoming Revolution DLC is no different, and you can watch it right now.
Yep, you read that right! In what must serve as the most predictable news story of the year so far, it has been confirmed Activision's Call of Duty: Black Ops II was the biggest selling game of the whole of last year. Considering every new installment of the Call of Duty series tends only to compete with previous CoD records, the news comes as very little surprise, and once again reaffirms the series' position as the undisputed king of the gaming market.
Whenever something, be it an achievement, product, or person, sets new, unprecedented benchmarks within any field, there are always those few skeptics ready and waiting to cast fresh doubt wherever an opportunity arises. With the Call of Duty franchise having continually blown other titles out of the water in terms of sales statistics during the past couple of years, there were still plenty of question marks pondering whether the famed CoD series had lost its touch. Today, publisher Activision has answered that question quite emphatically by delivering the damning news that the latest installment - Call of Duty: Black Ops II - has passed the billion-dollar holy grail in a mere 15 days.
The world of eSports is continually growing, with Starcraft possibly the biggest of the lot. Activision has always wanted the Call of Duty games to be part of the eSports movement, but with its proliferation of run and gun gamers, the gameplay and level of competition has always just fallen short. With Call of Duty: Black Ops II however, Activision is hoping to change all that.
Unless you've been living in a cave, or some other indeterminate, closed-off environment, you'll no doubt be aware that Call Of Duty: Black Ops II is scheduled for release next month. In order to whet the appetite of the many millions of ardent CoD fans worldwide, developers Treyarch has released yet another trailer for its upcoming installment, which you can catch right after the jump!
Activision’s Call of Duty: Black Ops II is only a couple of months away from public release. To raise the excitement level just that little notch higher, the guys at Activision and Treyarch have today announced limited collector’s edition sets for their much awaited upcoming title.
Call of Duty: Black Ops II could be coming to Nintendo’s upcoming Wii U console, according to a report published recently. Check out the details after the jump.
With the Call Of Duty franchise breaking its own incredible sales records in unprecedented fashion on an annual basis, many wondered - particularly given the regularity of releases - whether Call of Duty: Black Ops II would once again capture the imagination (or at least, the dollars), of consumers once again.
Are you a Call Of Duty video game fan who has been suffering from intense withdrawal symptoms after finishing the last Black Ops game? Do you long to be thrown back into the world of a heavily armed foot soldier looking to right the wrongs of the world? Well my friends, good news could be on the way for you as the official UK Call Of Duty website has now confirmed the much talked about sequel to the Black Ops game, Black Ops II.