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Fri, May 25, 2012 | 00:20 BST
Infinity Ward founders and former leaders Jason West and Vince Zampella, along with attorney Robert M. Schwartz, have broken a long silence to speak openly about the events leading up to Activision’s dismissal of both creatives and the resulting mess of lawsuits and counter-suits.
Fri, Jul 22, 2011 | 19:09 BST
“We’re at a state now in the Call of Duty franchise, where you have several teams working on CoD that have their own very distinct styles on what type of gameplay they deliver. And I think that’s a great thing for Call of Duty in general, especially if you’re having games come out every year. To have very distinct flavors and to have very distinct styles, it allows us to innovate in different ways and not feel forced to innovate in the same ways and build on the same interactions in the other games.” – Infinity Ward’s Robert Bowling on having various studios working on the Call of Duty series.
Tue, May 04, 2010 | 15:00 BST
Just a friendly reminder that the Stimulus Pack for Modern Warfare 2 hits PC and PS3 today, as if you didn’t have your calenders marked anyway.
Tue, Nov 10, 2009 | 19:46 GMT
Holy media overload Batman! Gamespot has released seven gameplay videos for Modern Warfare 2.
We’re sure there’s more you can watch over there, but we’re too overwhelmed with these at the moment.
Here’s the list:
- Entrenched Rooftop: American forces hold a rooftop with a mobile turret
- Tarmac Shootout: Terrorists battle with elite anti-terror forces on the tarmac of an airport
- Favelas Gameplay: The team chases an arms dealer through violent slums
- UAV Strikes:Outgunned soldiers call in missile strikes from an orbiting UAV
- Chaos in the Streets: An American convoy is ambushed and makes a desperate escape
- Dual-Wielding Shotguns: A player uses a couple of shotguns to flank the enemy
- Missile Goes Awry: A team of soldiers trapped on a roof calls in missile strikes
Tue, Nov 10, 2009 | 18:45 GMT
Looks like most retailers expect Modern Warfare 2 to break records, becoming the “biggest selling video game in history”.
As if there was any doubt, really.
Amazon has reported that preorders for the game were 50 percent higher than for GTA IV, and Play revealed that running up to launch, 150 preorders were taken every hour.
HMV has predicted that the game will account for one million UK sales during week one, which is 20 percent more than GTA IV which currently holds the record.
It was reported earlier today that 3 million units were shipped to UK, so there’s no need to stampede or anything.
More over on BBC News.