Call of Duty 6 goes sci-fi? (Call Of Duty: World at War)

June 25, 2008

Ahead of this weekend’s Call of Duty: World at War reveal via Xbox Live Marketplace, comes a tasty little rumour hinting that the COD4 developer’s next game will be a bit on the science fiction side.

Take it with a pinch of salt for the time being, but an insider from Infinity Ward is reported to have said, “We are currently working on a new sci-fi title, we cannot release any more information as of yet, we may or may not announce it at E3.”

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First Call of Duty: World at War screens (Call Of Duty: World at War)

June 22, 2008

The very first images of the next Call of Duty, World at War, were leaked online last night. If you were worried about the franchise’s return to the safe and stale theater of World War II, these nine explosive – and surprisingly violent – screenshots may change your mind. Check them out below.

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COD5 has to “redefine WWII genre” (Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare)

June 15, 2008

We brought you first details on the new Call of Duty game last week (catch up with that here). Since then there’s been a lot of talk about how the game’s return to WWII after Modern Warfare is a bad move. Senior producer Noah Heller says Call of Duty: World at War has to redefine the genre and be the best shooter possible or people won’t trust the brand going forward.

“Modern Warfare opened the door to so many people new to Call of Duty,” senior producer Noah Heller told MCV.

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Call of Duty: World at War – first details in OXM (Call Of Duty: World at War)

June 10, 2008

The first details of Call of Duty: World at War have been revealed, plucked straight from the pages of Xbox 360: The Official Magazine (#35), which is dropping through subscribers’ letterboxes in the UK right now.

The fifth game in the CoD series, which is being developed by CoD3 studio Treyarch, ditches the number subtitle and expectedly returns to WWII – but the developer stresses it’s not the same theatre we’ve seen a million times before.

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Call of Duty 4 tops 10 million (Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare)

June 9, 2008

Call of Duty 4 has just reached an astounding 10 million copies sold, Infinity Ward studio head Vince Zampella has revealed.

The Activision-published FPS is one of less than ten games to reach the monolith sales milestone since 2000 (GTA takes up three of the spots). And at $60 a pop, the gents behind the shooter have made a lot of cash.

What’s more, the downloadable Variety Map Pack has been served to over 1.5 million customers already. We bet they’ve got massive motors in their car park now.

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