GameInformer has hold of a set of legal documents which suggest the future setting of Treyarch’s Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 may violate Activision’s contract with Infinity Ward. The primary franchise developer apparently retains the rights to any Call of Duty games set post-Vietnam. We’re no legal eagles, and you’d think Activision would have this covered, but it might be worth bearing in mind as the publisher continues its legal dispute with former Infinity Ward leads and Call of Duty creators Jason West and Vince Zampella.
Destiny 2 Activities: how you unlock and complete Flashpoints, Lost Sectors, Milestones, Challenges and more
Destiny 2 has a wider variety of stuff to do than the original. Here’s how to get at it.
Destiny 2: how to get your Coldheart Exotic trace rifle, Kill-Trackers Ghost and other pre-order and bonus goodies
Destiny 2 obscures a lot of information – if you’re wondering where those nice preorder bonuses you were entitled to went, we’ve got you covered.
First original Xbox backwards compatible games still on track for 2017 and some have started showing up
Backward compatibility for original Xbox games is coming, and some titles seem to have already been spotted.
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Activision patent reveals matchmaking can be tuned to encourage players to spend money on microtransactions
Activision has been granted a patent this week that allows it to use matchmaking in games to make spending money on microtransactions more enticing.
The Call of Duty WW2 leaks just keep coming.
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"As long as they're playing a Call of Duty game, we're happy": Activision boss on Black Ops longevity and Infinite Warfare's splat
Call of Duty players are sticking to old favourites rather than rushing to embrace the newest game. Activision doesn’t mind, though.
One of the most requested titles for Xbox One backwards compatibility, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, is now available.
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The achievements for Black Ops II are no longer a secret, with them all now listed online.
Black Ops 2’s multiplayer will utilise a new system of score streaks in place of the more familiar killstreaks of previous Call of Duty games, with some terrific rewards available to high-scoring players.