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  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Confirmed

    Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Confirmed

    The logo was revealed.

    After teasing fans for a little bit on their social media channels, Infinity Ward revealed the official logo today for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. This will be the 2022 sequel to the 2019 reboot of the first Modern Warfare, which came out in 2007. The first Modern Warfare 2 came out in 2009.

    Confused yet?

    Why am I rambling on about release dates? Because there isn't anything to talk about today besides this new logo reveal. This...
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  • Activision Promises Warzone 2 will Feature 'Groundbreaking Innovations'

    Is the removal of microtransactions one of those? That'd be pretty groundbreaking for them.

    As part of their first quarter financial results, Activision said that Call of Duty: Warzone 2 will feature "groundbreaking innovations" when it is revealed later this year.

    Activision says that development on the follow-up to their still popular battle royale, Call of Duty: Warzone, is "proceeding very well." They note that Warzone 2 will still be free-to-play...
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  • Godzilla and Kong Coming to Call of Duty: Warzone

    Godzilla and Kong Coming to Call of Duty: Warzone

    A real battle of the titans.

    Confirmation on a series of speculations, rumors, and outright teases came today from official Call of Duty channels. In Warzone Pacific Season 3, an in-game event called Operation Monarchwill see Godzilla going up against King Kong, or just Kong in this case. This new in-game event begins on May 11.

    These colossal monsters will do battle on the land of Caldera and wreak havoc across the island. The exact details on what all this event will...
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  • Snoop Dogg Playable Operator Added to Call of Duty Just in Time for 4/20

    I'm sure the timing is purely coincidental.

    Activision announced the release of the Tracer Pack: Snoop Dogg Operator Bundle earlier today. This pack is for both Call of Duty: Vanguard and Call of Duty: Warzone.

    As you may have gathered already, this pack includes a playable Snoop Dogg Operator that you can use in both Vanguard and Warzone multiplayer sessions. The Doggfather was shown off in a new trailer (maybe embedded below? Who knows how the age restriction will handle...
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  • Vicarious Visions is Now Officially Blizzard Albany

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    Vicarious Visions is Now Officially Blizzard Albany

    At least they aren't a Call of Duty studio?

    Vicarious Visions is now officially merged into Blizzard, becoming Blizzard Albany. The studio's recent output includes Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 as well as the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy. Blizzard Albany will now exclusively work on Blizzard games.

    Vicarious Visions was first founded back in 1991. Their first game, Synnergist, came out in 1996 for MS-DOS. The studio was mainly known for handling handheld ports of several...
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  • Call of Duty to Skip Major 2023 Release

    Call of Duty to Skip Major 2023 Release

    A year without an annual Call of Duty release is unheard of.

    There has been a premium Call of Duty game released every year since Call of Duty 2 back in 2005. Prior to that, the first title in the franchise was released in 2003, meaning that only 2004 went without a new entry. Since 2005, new Call of Duty releases were like clockwork. They were as regular as a yearly Madden release or you when eating a diet high in fiber.

    According to an exclusive report from Bloomber...
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  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Sequel and Warzone 2 Officially Announced

    Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Sequel and Warzone 2 Officially Announced

    Warzone 2 will be created from the ground up alongside the new Modern Warfare.

    Call of Duty 2022 has been officially announced. Activision Blizzard announced that this year's release will be a sequel to 2019's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. That game having been a reboot of the original Modern Warfare release from 2007, which had its own sequel with 2009's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. Activision Blizzard have not explicitly called this year's release Call of Duty: Modern Warfare...
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  • Activision Executive Warns Employes on the 'Consequences' of Unionizing

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    Activision Executive Warns Employes on the 'Consequences' of Unionizing

    An Activision executive sends company-wide email that almost reads like a threat.

    Just this week, Activision Blizzard employees announced that they will be carrying out a full work strike against their employer. This comes as the mountain of sexual harassment lawsuits, allegations of sexual misconduct, deplorable behavior from CEO Bobby Kotick, and layoffs continues to cast a damning shadow over the company.

    Though talks about unionizing have been happening for "months,"...
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  • Activision Blizzard Employees Announce a Full Strike

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    Activision Blizzard Employees Announce a Full Strike

    The announcement comes from the ABK Workers Alliance.

    The group of Activision Blizzard employees known as the ABK Worker's Alliance, have announced that they will be striking against their employer. The group says that they will cease working until their demands are met. This move comes shortly after the Activision owned Raven Software had their QA department stage a walkout earlier this week following a contentious round of layoffs.

    The ABK Worker's Alliance made their...
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  • Call of Duty Devs Stage Walkout Over Layoffs

    Call of Duty Devs Stage Walkout Over Layoffs

    Most of the walkouts come from the QA department following layoffs at Raven Software.

    Quality assurance developers alongside some developers from Raven Software are staging a walkout today in protest of the sudden and shocking layoffs that began last Friday. According to Kotaku, these layoffs happened after the staff were previously promised to be given raises by Activision. Raven Software is the studio mainly in charge of the very successful Call of Duty: Warzone battle royale game....
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  • Big Changes are Coming to Call of Duty: Warzone

    Big Changes are Coming to Call of Duty: Warzone

    With a new map comes some big changes to loadouts.

    On December 8, Caldera will be the new map, Caldera, taking over Call of Duty: Warzone. This new map is quite tropical in nature as it's set in the Pacific after-all, and will release alongside the first season for Call of Duty: Vanguard. Activision says that the new map was "built on learnings from the community."

    Alongside the start of the season and the new Warzone map will be the introduction of the Ricochet...
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  • Nintendo President Doug Bowser Calls Situation at Activision Blizzard 'Disturbing'

    Bowser joins the likes of Sony and Microsoft in condemning Activision Blizzard.

    Nintendo has now also joined with Sony and Microsoft in condemning the sexual misconduct and overall deplorable workplace situation at Activision Blizzard. This comes from a new report by Fanbyte that says Nintendo president Doug Bowser sent out a company-wide email wherein he called the allegations against Activision Blizzard "distressing and disturbing."

    Below are some excerpts...
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  • Bobby Kotick to Consider Leaving If He Cannot Fix Problems at Activision Blizzard

    Retire, Bobby.

    During a meeting with other senior managers and executives at Activision Blizzard, CEO Bobby Kotick said that he would consider leaving the company if he is unable to fix the issues that he helped to create. Kotick did seem to stop just short of saying that he would step down in the meeting that took place this past Friday. He merely left the door cracked open a bit if the issues weren't fixed "with speed."

    This report comes from The Wall Street...
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  • Phil Spencer is Evaluating Relationship with Activision

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    Phil Spencer is Evaluating Relationship with Activision

    Xbox stands alongside PlayStation in condemning Activision's response to sexual harassment allegations.

    Microsoft's head of Xbox Phil Spencer says that he is "evaluating all aspects of our relationship with Activision Blizzard and making ongoing proactive adjustments." This comes by way of an internal email sent to staff that was shared with Bloomberg.

    Spencer's email comes just a short time after this week's eye opening revelations that say that Activision Blizzard...
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  • PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan 'Stunned' at Activision's Response to Harassment Allegations

    An email from Jim Ryan expresses extreme disappointment in Activision Blizzard.

    PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan was left "stunned" following this week's Bloomberg report that says Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick was aware for years of the sexual harassment and misconduct happening within the Call of Duty publisher. An email from Ryan, that was originally sent to employees, was obtained by Bloomberg on Thursday.

    In the email, Ryan wrote that he and the other PlayStation...
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