Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3

WII, DS / Action / Release: Nov 8, 2011 / ESRB: M

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Call of Duty: Ghosts video compares graphics to Modern Warfare 3

Call of Duty: Ghosts video compares graphics to Modern Warfare 3

Infinity Ward has been working on an all new engine for Call of Duty: Ghosts, and while we discussed it our our first preview of the game, a picture--or trailer--is worth a thousand words. Activision has released a new video comparing the current graphics to Modern Warfare 3.

Watch: The graphics in Ghosts vs. MW3 »

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 confirmed

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 confirmed

The official reveal of the next Call of Duty game was supposed to happen during the NBA playoffs tonight, but someone at Activision pulled the switch a little early to confirm that yes, it is indeed Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 from Treyarch. And yes, it is jumping into the near-future.

Read more: A "21st Century Cold War" »

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Call of Duty hints at future setting

Call of Duty hints at future setting

Activision has started to tease the next Call of Duty, with word that an official announcement is coming May 1. But already, the company has been dropping clues, such as a new video that hints at a future setting with more sophisticated weaponry.

Watch: A look at a future-weapon »

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Call of Duty 2012 reveal happening May 1st

Call of Duty 2012 reveal happening May 1st

This year's entry to the Call of Duty franchise will be unveiled on May 1st during the NBA playoffs on TNT, Activision has revealed via the franchise's official website. While unconfirmed, it's likely that Treyarch is working on this year's iteration, given the pattern of alternating development duties established in 2007 with Call of Duty 3.

This will be the ninth main entry in the Call of Duty franchise.

Read more: Black Ops 2 seems more likely »

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Activision/Blizzard being sued for virtual world infringement

Activision/Blizzard being sued for virtual world infringement

Activision Blizzard is being sued by Worlds Inc., for violating a patent on virtual worlds. The firm claims that games like Call of Duty and World of Warcraft violate its patent, and are requesting "fair compensation."

Read more: Patent covers 'enabling users to interact in a virtual space' »

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EA praises Call of Duty Elite; hopes to trump it

Electronic Arts has made some significant progress in its attempts to capture more of the market share of the first-person shooter. Battlefield 3's piece of the first-person pie jumped eleven percent last year--from 13% to 24%--but the publisher is thinking of ways to up the ante even further. Recognizing the success of Activision's Call of Duty Elite service, EA is determined to get "one step ahead," perhaps by developing a similar service for its own military shooter franchise.

Read more: Praise and future plans »

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