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I got to tell you, it was really nice to see this video pop up in my YouTube feed. After being originally leaked (and subsequently confirmed by the developer’s senior game designer), today, Treyarch released a brand new “The Replacer” trailer to celebrate the release of Black Ops 4’s new Operation Grand Heist update. The trailer itself
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Well here’s the weirdest story of the day for you. WWE Superstar Booker T. has filed a lawsuit against Activision-Blizzard for using what he claims is the likeness of one of his characters in last year’s release of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. Booker T.–whose real name is Robert Booker T. Huffman–says that Activision used
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Last year, Treyarch and Activision shocked fans by not including a single-player campaign in their Call of Duty game for the first time since the series’ inception, causing fans to, rightfully, complain. This year, however, fans can breathe more easily, as Infinity Ward and Activision confirmed during their earnings call a few important details about 2019’s edition
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Even before Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 hit store shelves, Treyarch’s been on record saying that the game’s Blackout map would receive map changes over time. Unfortunately, since it’s October release, we’ve only got one real addition: Hijacked from Black Ops 2. Now, it looks like we won’t have to wait much longer, as David Vonderhaar has all but confirmed that new map
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A few days ago, Treyarch released a brand new variation of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s Blackout mode in the form of Down But Not Out. While it’s a cool addition, it may, in fact, owe its existence to Josh Olin, Treyarch’s former Community Manager, who seemingly came up with the idea back in November of last
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During GameInformer’s coverage of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice for their cover story a new gameplay video showing off the Hirata Estates appeared. In it the player character Sekiro approaches the Hirata Estates from on high, quickly descending towards the enemies below thanks to the grappling hook. Commentators Dan Tacka nd Suriel Vazquez talk over the
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Destiny developer Bungie has announced that their publishing partnership with Activision has come to an end. Bungie has retained the right to publish Destiny going forward. None of Destiny’s current DLC plans have changed. The announcement comes via a blog post on Bungie’s website, alongside a joint statement from the two companies. The statement from
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