Sony Won’t Sell Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered In Russia, Says Reports

Activision’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered (the campaign) is now available for PS4. The PC version will launch alongside the Xbox One edition on April 30th, 2020. However, Russians will not have the ability to buy the game on PS4 due to the inclusion of the “No Russian” mission, according to reports. Continue reading “Sony Won’t Sell Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered In Russia, Says Reports”

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered Rated In Korea

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Remastered

Reports are going around that Activision’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2: Campaign Remastered has been rated by the South Korean ratings board. There’s no mention about a release date or what platforms it’ll appear on, only that the campaign mode has been rated. Continue reading “Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered Rated In Korea”

Rumor Watch: Next Call of Duty Game is a Black Ops Reboot

Coming from a reliable source who previously has broken and covered numerous accurate Call of Duty leaks comes fresh information about the upcoming 2020 release. Tentatively it will be a more gritty and gory campaign that focuses on the events of the Vietnam War. Continue reading “Rumor Watch: Next Call of Duty Game is a Black Ops Reboot”

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Tops U.S. NPD Sales Chart As Of February 2020

When Activision isn’t receiving money from George Soros, you can find the company with Infinity Ward dominating sales charts. This time around, the duo’s latest work — best known as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare — unsurprisingly sits at the top of the U.S. NPD’s February 2020 chart. Continue reading “Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Tops U.S. NPD Sales Chart As Of February 2020”

George Soros Invests $45 Million Into Activision-Blizzard

While every Centrist™, Moderate, Liberal, Lefty, Democrat, and social media socialite will instantly dismiss any story that points out how far the long financial arm of the Soros Foundation reaches into so many different organizations with proclivities aimed at pushing propaganda onto the people, it’s hard to deny that the facts certainly don’t rest on the side of the people constantly dismissing criticisms aimed at George Soros as being nothing more than “Right-wing conspiracy theories”. In fact, the Soros Foundation recently invested $45 million into Activision-Blizzard, who has taken a hard Left turn into forcing agitprop on its customers. Continue reading “George Soros Invests $45 Million Into Activision-Blizzard”

Activision Subpoenas Reddit To Identify Call Of Duty: Warzone Leaker

While Take-Two Interactive and Rockstar have lawyers going after modders for “obscene sexual content” in an M-rated game, we now have Activision sending Reddit a subpoena to find the person responsible behind the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare “Warzone” leak. Continue reading “Activision Subpoenas Reddit To Identify Call Of Duty: Warzone Leaker”

YouTube Paid Activision Blizzard $160 Million For Esports Exclusivity, As Per Reports

Earlier this year, we reported on Google and Activision Blizzard teaming up. As of now, multiple reports have surfaced saying how much the former company paid Activision Blizzard to host its Overwatch League, Call of Duty esports stream, and Hearthstone championship on YouTube. Continue reading “YouTube Paid Activision Blizzard $160 Million For Esports Exclusivity, As Per Reports”

Nvidia Attempts to Blame Misunderstanding for Activision Pulling Games From Their Streaming Service

There is one truth about streaming that companies are hoping consumers do not pick up on before it is too late to do anything about it: That being the simple fact that you own nothing, you have rights to nothing, and if the content owner wishes to pull their game(s) because they don’t want to compete with themselves you the end user are flat out of luck. Continue reading “Nvidia Attempts to Blame Misunderstanding for Activision Pulling Games From Their Streaming Service”

Activision To Release Remasters Of Older Games And A New Call Of Duty This Year

Games that you may have cherished back in the day by Activision will come out in current year as a remaster, remake, or a new IP according to a new report. And like clockwork, a new Call of Duty game will drop sometime later this year. Continue reading “Activision To Release Remasters Of Older Games And A New Call Of Duty This Year”

Activision Blizzard And Google Strike-Up Multi-Year Strategic Partnership

Two companies that have a bad rep amongst gamers have signed a multi-year partnership that sees these powerhouses sharing tech and other platforms to bolster profits. That’s right, Activision Blizzard and Google have a brand new multi-year strategic relationship that will see the pair working together in the foreseeable future. Continue reading “Activision Blizzard And Google Strike-Up Multi-Year Strategic Partnership”

The U.S. NPD Group Reveals Top Games Of 2019, While The Games Industry Sees A Revenue Decline

Although we are in 2020, the U.S. NPD Group has the numbers up for 2019. According to the firm, the games industry faced a decline in revenue last year compared to 2018. Also, the cards are in showing which games were the best sellers in 2019 across multiple platforms. Continue reading “The U.S. NPD Group Reveals Top Games Of 2019, While The Games Industry Sees A Revenue Decline”

Activision/Blizzard Seek Approval in China as Protestors Abandon Hong Kong

With protests against Blizzard no longer the trendiest thing to wear Activision/Blizzard are once again attempting to get their COD mobile title approved for distribution in China. China’s recent regulation only permitting children to spend a limited amount of money a month while also limiting the time they are allowed to play games has apparently not deterred the company’s motivation. Continue reading “Activision/Blizzard Seek Approval in China as Protestors Abandon Hong Kong”

Why Sony isn’t Releasing Modern Warfare in Russia

Sony’s decision back in October to not allow the release of Modern Warfare in Russia has recently caught the internet’s attention. Owing its surge to the public’s attention in large part to Censored Gaming the entire event is shrouded in both complexity and more questions than will likely ever be answered for quite some time. Continue reading “Why Sony isn’t Releasing Modern Warfare in Russia”

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