Thursday, July 16, 2015

Black Ops 3

Black Ops 3 developers, Treyarch have spoken about the controversy surrounding the original development of the popular Zombies Mode in World at War.
Speaking in an early look of a more in-depth discussion including studio head Mark Lamia, game director Jason Blundell, Campaign & Zombies game director Dan Bunting and studio design director David Vonderhaar, surrounding the Call of Duty series.
Speaking to host Wil Wheaton, Bunting revealed: "We actually learned a really important lesson in how to internally market features that were controversial through that process, because it's just a little more fun when there are zombies in there."
Lamia also commented on the process, adding: "World at War was a very tense series World War Two game and there were some people who were like 'you are not sticking zombies in Call of Duty, have you lost your mind, man!'"
Bunting recently revealed more on the background work that goes into a new COD game and how important authenticity is to the team.

Monday, May 25, 2015

M1 Iron

Call of Duty: Advance Warfare fans will all be getting the new M1 Iron which will be released for all three platforms.
Xbox One player will be getting the new Royalty Elite weapon and also the new SAC3 sub-machine gun variant. PC and PS4 players will be getting these DLC in the future, although we do not know when.The developers assured PC and PS4 fans that they will be getting these DLC soon. The question is how soon? The game might not be as popular as it was but it still has a huge fan base and the online mode is still pretty active right now so these DLC will be very well received.

Sunday, May 10, 2015

Battlefield Hardline’s DLC

 Battlefield Hardline’s DLC pack will include four multiplayer maps, two of which will be set at night. While playing through the main content in Battlefield Hardline we did note a definite lack of diversity as far as multiplayer locales are concerned, so perhaps Criminal Activity will help inject some variety. All we know for sure, is that the maps will feature urban environments, and they will take place in California and Florida – two of the main settings in Battlefield

Thursday, April 9, 2015

available for Advanced Warfare

The new patch is now available for Advanced Warfare on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One platforms and looks to fix a host of exploits in the title.
One of the main fixes coming is to stop players getting infinite health using the XS1 Goliath scorestreak.
Other changes have been launched to sort out fresh exploits found in the new Ascendance DLC on the Xbox One and Xbox 360.
The full update list includes:
Map Updates:
•Fixed various out of map exploits across different multiplayer maps.
•Fixed various out of map exploits using Exo Grapple in the Ascendance Grapple Mosh Pit Playlist.
Game Mode Updates:
•Players no longer advance more than one gun rank with a multikill in Gun Game.
Scorestreaks:
•Fixed an exploit where players were able to have infinite health using the XS1 Goliath scorestreak.
•Removed the ability for the XS1 Goliath to use the Exo Grapple in the Ascendance Grapple Mosh Pit.
Exo Zombies:
•Fixed various out of map exploits where players could remain in place and not be attacked by zombies.

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Gold Edition of Call of Duty

The Gold Edition of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is now also available for purchase at the Xbox Store. This special edition includes the full game, along with the Havoc DLC Pack and Atlas Gorge Multiplayer Map. In this expanded release, players will also have access to the Exo Zombies co-op content, as it's part of the earlier Havoc DLC.
The Ascendance downloadable content (DLC) expansion pack, the second DLC following Havoc, is also now available across the Xbox One and Xbox 360 platforms

Friday, April 3, 2015

Gears of War game

Gears of War game will launch exclusively for Xbox One, a developer from Black Tusk Studios confirmed yesterday.

Friday, March 27, 2015

new patch COD

Sledgehammer Games today confirmed that a new patch is available for download for the PlayStation 3 version of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, which contains several changes, improvements, and tweaks for the first-person shooter video game and will reportedly take up over 720MB of space.

Monday, March 23, 2015

Established titles

 Established titles like Grand Theft Auto 5 (3rd place), Dying Light (4th place) and FIFA 15 (5th place) continue to hang on in the top ten. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare saw a slight boost in sales but is only in eigth place followed Minecraft on Xbox and PlayStation. Halo: The Master Chief Collection also saw a strong rise in sales, moving up to thirteenth place thanks to a new Xbox One bundle.