• Black Ops 4 Releases New Zombies Mode Trailer

    1 month ago - By Game Rant

    Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 releases a new Zombies trailer that highlights the IX map that is set in a gladiatorial arena and features some unique monsters
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  • The Convoluted History Of Call Of Duty's Bloody Zombies Mode

    The Convoluted History Of Call Of Duty's Bloody Zombies Mode

    1 month ago - By GameInformer

    Jason Blundell likes to tell stories. The director of Call Of Duty's Zombies mode has a habit of launching into one just as he's finished a previous one, or even interrupting the one he's telling to tell another one, with an incredible level of energy that's downright infectious.
    “The great thing about Chazz Palminteri,” he tells us of his time working on Mob Of The Dead with its ensemble cast of popular actors, “is sometimes you'd give him a line and he'd be like ‘An Italian wouldn't say that! This is how he'd say it.' “He'd start swearing in Italian and we'd ask what he meant. And he'd...
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  • ASUS gears up with Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 special edition hardware

    ASUS gears up with Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 special edition hardware

    1 month ago - By Windows Central

    Say a prayer for your wallets, Call of Duty fans.
    As Call of Duty fans brace to jump into battle with the October 12 launch of Black Ops 4 , ASUS has been cooking up some gear that may tempt them to do battle with their wallets as well.
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  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 post-launch content detailed

    Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 post-launch content detailed

    1 month ago - By Windows Central

    Xbox One is at the back of the line once again.
    Following Call of Duty: Black Ops 4's release on October 12, Activision and Treyarch are planning to support it with frequent post-launch content activities and events. According to the publisher , these free content drops will be exclusive to PlayStation 4 for the first seven days before making their way onto Xbox One and PC.
    The following are just a few of the content drops that Activision will be offering after Black Ops 4's initial release.
    Nuketown: This fan-favorite map returns in November in an all-new take.
    Specialists: The first of...
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  • PC gaming giant BlueStacks launches BlueStacks 4, announces partnership with MSI

    PC gaming giant BlueStacks launches BlueStacks 4, announces partnership with MSI

    1 month ago - By Android Headlines

    BlueStacks - creator of the innovative PC gaming platform that lets you play Android games on your PC - has two big announcements to make this week.The first is that BlueStacks 4 is out. This latest version of the software, running Android Nougat, is smaller, more streamlined, and considerably faster than previous versions.Not only is it eight times quicker than BlueStacks 3, but it dramatically outpaces the cutting edge Samsung Galaxy 9X too.To put that into context, BlueStacks will run Lords Mobile 22.22% faster than the 9X. PUBG Mobile runs 12.6% faster on the platform, while Idle...
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  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 fans can now build an almost all-COD PC thanks to Asus

    Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 fans can now build an almost all-COD PC thanks to Asus

    1 month ago - By PC World

    Call of Duty: Black Ops fans, if you want all the pieces of flair for your PC, Asus has your back. The company has unveiled just about every imaginable thing you can think of to coincide with the launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 on October 12. Besides a keyboard, mouse, monitor and mouse pad, Asus is also offering a Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 -branded monitor, PC, motherboard and router. Yup. A router. No, we're not making that up. ASUS
    You're not a superfan if you don't have a Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 router. No word on whether it blocks packets for Battlefield V. To read this article...
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  • Call of Duty: Blackout is Exactly What You'd Expect Of a AAA Battle Royale

    1 month ago - By IGN

    I love Call of Duty: Blackout for the same reason that I loved PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds when it first released in early access. Blackout gets straight to my favorite part of Battle Royales - using what I've found for an all or nothing skirmish with an equally desperate opponent - with the least amount of B.S. in the way. The combination of smooth, intuitive FPS gameplay, creative but remarkably practical pickups, and the lowest barrier for entry in a Battle Royale yet leave little doubt in my mind that Blackout will be on the tip of everyone's tongue come October. My experience wasn't...
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