Call of Duty: Space Wars. Orbital Ops, maybe. Post-Modern Warfare. Space Warfare? Probably not that one. Whatever the name might be, there have been rumours and suggestions of a space-based Call of Duty for several years and it seems increasingly likely that this year’s Infinity Ward release might be that game. I hope the moon explodes in at least one mission. Whatever the name might be, there have been rumours and suggestions of a space-based Call of Duty for several years, and developers Infinity Ward are expected to release the next game in the series toward the end of 2016. The studio have been talking about the possibility of heading into space since 2013, when (now ex) producer Mark Rubin said, “Everything’s on the table…If we think that it’d be cool to have a battle over Jupiter, sure. Why not?” Welcoming the New Year, Infinity Ward talked about “new heights”, with an astronaut taking centre stage in their celebratory image. Sure, … [Read more...] about This Year, Call Of Duty May Be Heading To Space
A new job listing for Call of Duty 2018 suggests that the series is stepping back into the modern era next year, after Call of Duty: WWII‘s short dalliance with World War II. The job listing was posted by Call of Duty developer Treyarch Studios. Treyarch is the developer launching the series’ next installment, assuming publisher Activision follows its regular three-developer release cycle. In the description for the job listing, it asks for a developer with a “deep knowledge base of firearms and modern military technology.” It may not be official confirmation of Call of Duty 2018’s setting, but it seems unlikely the developer would need someone experienced in modern technology if it wasn’t set in modern day. The image of the Treyarch job listing was found on the Imgur profile of user thermikz. The developer hand-off could result in 2018’s Call of Duty stepping out of the historical setting, but that doesn’t mean Call of … [Read more...] about Next year’s Call of Duty might be set in era we haven’t seen in years
Future Call of Duty installments could continue with the series’ latest World War II setting, according to a recent interview with Activision. Speaking with Game Informer, Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg discussed why the publisher decided to bring the series back to the popular setting of World War II, and what it has planned for the series going forward. When asked if the World War II setting was a “one-off” idea to satisfy older fans, or if it establishes a new direction for the series, Hirshberg explained that Call of Duty is likely not done with historical settings. “Well, you know I can’t reveal things on the slate that are several years off,” Hirshberg said, “but no I don’t necessarily see it as a one-off; I think that World War II and historical settings more broadly are very rich territory, and I think there’s every possibility that that could become an area that we explore more than once.” The CEO was … [Read more...] about Call of Duty may be sticking to World War II for a while
The new model of Oukitel Smartphone, Oukitel U15S, has been officially released in the market bragging its specifications and features that can compete with other top mobile brands. The selling price of the newest Smartphone model of Oukitel is definitely a go. Oukitel U15S is a mid-range phone but crafted with good specifications compared to other brands. Although this is a China-brand Smartphone, it sports specs and features that will entice anyone even the ones who opt for high-end cellphones. In Oukitel website, the Oukitel U15S is tagged as "fast and thin" with its Mediatek MT6750T that clocks on a 1.5 Ghz Octa-core paired with Mali-T860 GPU and an ergonomic design that is perfect to hold. The design of Oukitel U15S has a slim body of an aircraft-grade aluminium metal on the back and a "full-filling water-drop 2.5D curved screen" on the front. Also, Oukitel U15S sports an original 5.5 inch Sharp LCD with FHD display, which the colors can reach up to 16.7 million with high … [Read more...] about Oukitel U15S Smartphone Review: New Mobile Phone Can Be Compared To High-End Brands? Competitive Specs, Features & Price Find Out Here!
"Amazon Prime" is adding HBO and Cinemax to the streaming service. The members can already enjoy shows from these two networks. In a report from Thrillist, those programs from HBO and Cinemax can already be available on "Amazon Prime." The members of the streaming service can subscribe to HBO for only $14.99 while Cinemax is at $9.99. Executive Vice President, Worldwide Digital Distribution and Home Entertainment for HBO, Sofia Chang shares that this has been a great move for the network. She added that all the shows from HBO will already be enjoyed by the "Amazon Prime" members. According to a report in Winter is Coming, before HBO and Cinemax can be experienced through "Amazon Prime," one has to get a membership subscription. The "Amazon Prime" membership costs $100 to $132. This price depends on the mode of payment a member chooses. After getting the membership the added cost for both HBO and Cinemax will be added-on to the bill each month on "Amazon Prime." However, all shows from … [Read more...] about ‘Amazon Prime’ Latest News & Update: HBO & Cinemax Can Be Added To The Membership, Everything That We Need To Know!
The hype for Call of Duty: WWII’s zombies mode keeps getting bigger and bigger! Today publisher Activision and developer Sledgehammer Games announced that Doctor Who star David Tennant will be starring in the upcoming zombies mode for the game reportedly titled Army of the Dead. After the reveal trailer for the mode leaked earlier today, Sledgehammer took to the game’s official Twitter page to announce the news that Tennant will be playing a character named Drostan Hynd. Whether or not this was the character that was narrating the leaked trailer is yet to be seen. Army of the Undead is set to be officially revealed at San Diego Comic Con, on July 20th, 2017. Last week, Glen Schofield, the co-founder of Sledgehammer Games, tweeted an image of a flesh-covered piece of metal, which was meant to hint at Army of the Undead. Call of Duty: WWII is set to be released on November 3rd, 2017, and will be available on the … [Read more...] about David Tennant Set to Star in Call of Duty: WWII’s Zombies Mode
According to a new rumor, the next Call of Duty title by Sledgehammer Games will be set in Vietnam.IGN Spain claims that Sledgehammer Games’ next Call of Duty title will be set in Vietnam. The studio’s previous title in the series was Advanced Warfare, but before that, Sledgehammer was reportedly on a third-person installment that took place in 1960’s Laos and Cambodia. The game would have had either Fog of War or Vietnam as a subtitle, but ultimately was canceled. It is unknown if the upcoming title would use anything from the Fog of War project.This would not be the first time that a Call of Duty title has been set in Vietnam. The first Black Ops title had also touched down in Vietnam.The beta for the upcoming Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is going on now. This first wave of the beta is only for PlayStation 4 gamers who have pre-ordered Infinite Warfare. This phase of the beta will run until October 17th. During the beta, players will be able to try out three … [Read more...] about Rumor: Next Call of Duty will be set in Vietnam | Gamespresso
Titanfall has been a quite polarizing topic as of late, polarizing enough to put even industry insiders on opposed fronts. Earlier today Ahsan Rasheed, AKA Thuway,Â mentioned that the "rumor around the block" is that Sony is trying hard to bring Titanfall to PlayStation platforms, while Microsoft is attempting to secure the game completely. He also encouraged fans to "make noise" to support the switch. Another industry insider, Pete Dodd, also known as Famousmortimer, directly denied what the other said about the possibility of a PlayStation port: Guys, Microsoft bought exclusivity for titanfall 1. Tweeting at Sony or zampella won't change that fact. It's a done deal. If you want to play titanfall one you need a 360, xb1, or a capable pc. If you only own a ps4, you are sh*t out of luck until Titanfall 2. I have no idea why @thuway is trying to make people think otherwise. Titanfall isn't coming to the ps4. It sucks but it's a fact. Titanfall 2 will. Dodd continued by saying … [Read more...] about Titanfalls Microsoft Exclusivity Deal: Insiders Clash on Whether The Game Can be Brought to PS4
The Nintendo Switch launches in less than a month. We've seen details on the specs, how it's played, and the games that will be on it. But what we don't know is how the account system works. The details have yet to be released, but a recent leak reveals documents suggesting that Nintendo is catching up in their online game. These documents explain that Nintendo Switch accounts will be device-spanning accounts that can also be accessed by PCs and smartphones. The console will also support multiple Nintendo accounts and a single account can be linked to multiple systems. This seems to imply that playing on a friends console could also including logging in as your own account to bring your settings, identities, and persona with you. Here's a look at what the document says: Nintendo Accounts The accounts are device-spanning network accounts that can also be used from PCs and smart devices. Users can log in to their accounts using a Nintendo Network ID (NNID) or via external services … [Read more...] about Nintendo Switch Accounts can be Linked to Multiple Systems
Monday, 13 February 2017 10:18 GMT By Lewis Burnell No one wants to be left on the sidelines. “Despite the meta fluctuating since launch, the core lineup has seldom shifted. Although the introduction of Ana has displaced Mercy into the realms of obscurity, there are still 8 Heroes who are rarely chosen competitively.” Last week I wrote about the delivery of new Heroes to Overwatch. It generated a great deal of discussion, with a relatively even split between those who wanted more, and those who were happy with the current delivery rate. What was evident however was the general consensus that many of the existing Overwatch Heroes not only needed improvements to their kit, but some who have remained “must have” for so long, they may need rebalancing. Having played Overwatch since it opened its doors, parting with my cash like many millions of others, it has been apparent from day one that certain Heroes were vastly superior to their counterparts. While there … [Read more...] about Overwatch: what can be done to balance the 13 rarely picked heroes?