Here’s the first official trailer for this year’s forthcoming Call Of Duty game and this time developers have embraced the game’s previous futuristic settings and are going one further, by launching players into space.
Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare will be a first person shooter but with added aerial combat for gamers to engage with, (as evidenced by the trailer above), and will feature zero gravity environments throughout.
Judging from the trailer COD: Infinite Warfare looks set to boldly go where no other COD has gone before…sorry.
‘Wipe that punch off your face!’
Here’s a POV style promo video for the forthcoming Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare game, available for your gaming pleasure on Monday.
The short is directed by Peter Berg and stars Taylor Kitsch as well as a brief cameo from model Emily Ratajkowski. It’s an impressive piece of marketing which demonstrates all the new bells and whistles the game has to offer, but through live-action.
Stuff which what we found interestin’.
Police officer in Ferguson caught on film telling protestors ‘I will fucking kill you‘, whilst pointing his gun – (Boing Boing)
Girl transforms mouth into famous cartoon characters with makeup – (Sploid)
Jackass star Steve-O raises a point about those ice bucket challenges – (Holy Moly)
A mystery condition gives a boy in India enormous 40-pound hands – (Gamma Sqaud)
Rocket Racoon could have looked vastly different from how he ended up looking – (Slash Film)
Jimmy Fallon and Pierce Brosnan playing Goldeneye on the N64 – (Nerdist)
Spain’s ‘Google Tax’ will charge companies to link to articles – (The Independent)
How Call Of Duty is using casino psychology to keep you playing – (Games Radar)
Here’s a trailer for the Multiplayer section of Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2. Yes it’s more of the same in fact the engine hasn’t changed at all. Visually it looks like exactly the same game but developers Treyarch have stated that it will run at 60 frames per second, as for additional content there seems to be some at least with the introduction of futuristic weaponry but apart from that it’s pretty much more of the same but with a brighter sheen.
Black Ops 2 will be released on November 13th.
Not content with fleecing you of a small fortune from your wallet those good people at Treyarch and Activision have yet more downloadable content for you to buy for your copy of Call Of Duty: Black Ops, but this time it’s all zombie based…now there’s a twist we didn’t see coming.
Lift off into the latest Zombies epic with “Rezurrection,” the new downloadable content pack for “Call of Duty: Black Ops,” and the first to launch players into space for a new dimension of undead action! Old school Zombie strategies get blown out of the airlock in “Moon,” where armed with new perks and a space-age arsenal of weapons, our heroes must overcome undead astronauts and fluctuating gravity as they unearth conspiracies that began in 1943.
Rounding out Rezurrection are the 4 maps that spawned the Zombie phenomenon: “Nacht der Üntoten,” “Verrückt,” “Shi No Numa” and “Der Riese.”
At least the trailer is entertaining.
Following a massive online leak earlier this month which revealed pretty much every detail about the third installment of the Modern Warfare franchise comes the first official trailer for the game.
You know when a company really want to hype up a project when they include a sinister klaxon as part of the soundtrack.
This game appears to take place around the globe with inner-city warfare being fought on the streets of New York, London, Paris and Berlin in what appears to be an attempt to make the game bigger than before. So much so that the scenes in what appears to be the Hudson River, crowded with submarines and warships, looks like the bath tub of an 8 year-old with ADHD.
That’s not exactly true this is just some
sad lonely character who has never kissed a girl on the lips before gamer using a Samuel L. Jackson soundboard while playing Call Of Duty: Black Ops. Can’t wait to see and hear the Graham Norton Black Ops soundboard in action.
(via I Heart Chaos)