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The negativity being heaped on the trailer for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare online is nothing new and nothing to worry about, Activision has said.
The announcement trailer for Activision’s Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has become the subject of some sort of online anger campaign.
Consumers won’t be able to get their hands on the Remastered version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare without buying this year’s new release as well.
The top-end Call of Duty Infinite Warfare version will only be sold at GAME.
Colette Barr and Sunil Godhania will focus on Final Fantasy, Toxic hires a new editor and Activision promotes Philip Earl to EVP international.
There will be a Ghostbusters game for consoles and PC releasing around the same time as the upcoming film.
If you’re a fan of plastic instruments, the last week’s headlines haven’t made pleasant reading.
Activision has named Philip Earl as the executive vice president of Activision’s International business.
Having flirted with the near-future, 2016’s Call of Duty will mark a more radical departure for the series.
MCV speaks to Rich Taylor, the senior vice president of E3 organiser ESA, about the recent loss of Activision and EA from the expo’s show floor.
A defiant ESA, the organiser of E3, says the LA expo is ‘essential and critical’ to the games industry.
Call of Duty publisher Activision Blizzard will not have a booth at this year’s E3.
Activision has teamed up with charity Autism Speaks to release a number of limited edition Skylanders Superchargers toys designed to raise awareness of the condition.
The $5.9bn deal that sees Activision take ownership of Candy Crush creator King has been completed.
Activision has taken the interesting decision to release a cut-down multiplayer-focused version of Call of Duty: Black Ops III on Steam.
The record $5.9bn buy-out by Activision was just about the only positive number for King last year.
Publisher Activision has said that both Skylanders SuperChargers and Guitar Hero Live failed to meet sales expectations.
Activision has confirmed rumours that Destiny 2 won’t be released in 2016.
This year’s female-led Ghostbusters reboot will be accompanied by an Activision-published console title, it has been reported.
The games buying manager at UK supermarket behemoth Tesco, Jon Hayes, has left the firm.
The rumours were true – the next title from Platinum Games is based on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
It has been alleged that Activision and Bungie were planning to release Destiny 2 this September. It is also claimed that shooter has now been delayed.
Media giant Vivendi has sold the remainder of its financial interest in publisher Activision Blizzard.
Activision has confirmed its acquisition of eSports giant Major League Gaming, and says it wants to create the 'ESPN of eSports'.