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US hip-hop artist Snoop Dogg – or Snoop dee oh double gee, as he refers to himself in the video below – is heading to Call of Duty.
Activision's Leeds-based mobile developer will close by the end of the month, the publisher has said.
January is always a quiet time of the year – this year more so than normal with only a handful of new releases.
Activision is taking the unprecedented step of allowing free multiplayer Call of Duty access to those who don’t own the game.
PS4 and Xbox One are the lead platforms for this year’s as-of-yet unannounced Call of Duty.
A response to Ghosts’ luke-warm reviews and sales declines? Or a reaction to the increased development needs of next-gen?
Activision is in discussions over the future of UK Call of Duty mobile developer The Blast Furnace.
MCV takes a look at the biggest releases and events that will affect the games industry in the next year.
No game will come close to beating Call of Duty: Ghosts for Christmas No.1, say leading betting agencies.
Activision’s Call of Duty: Ghosts has claimed the Gfk Chart-Track All Formats No.1 for the third time in four weeks.
The importance of Call of Duty’s critical response pales compared to the thoughts of the series’ fans, Activision Publishing boss Eric Hirshberg has claimed.
Call of Duty: Ghosts has emerged as the big winner in the next-gen games race, Activision has claimed.
Call of Duty: Ghosts has been the best selling “retail” game for PS4 in the US since launch, Activision has claimed.
It may sometimes feel like there’s a gulf separating those who make and release games and those who buy and play them.
Activision’s latest shooter Call of Duty: Ghosts has topped the GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40 for the second week in a row.
Supermarket behemoth Tesco wants to be seen as the ‘destination’ for Call of Duty launches.
GTA V UK sales bigger than Battlefield, FIFA, Call of Duty, Batman, Pokemon and Assassin's Creed combined
We all know Grand Theft Auto V was bigger than anything ever. Made more money than any entertainment property, and sold 2m units in the UK alone in just a ...
Publisher Activision has praised retail for their ‘first class’ support of Call of Duty: Ghosts, as over 2,000 stores opened at midnight last week.
Call of Duty: Ghosts UK launch sales are around 50 per cent lower than Call of Duty: Black Ops II, retail sources have told MCV.
Activision’s Call of Duty: Ghosts is, of course, the new UK No.1 according to the latest UKIE GfK Chart-Track figures.
Black Ops II’s digital revenue alone for the last 12 months would place it as the year’s third biggest game behind Grand Theft Auto V and Skylanders Giants.
Call of Duty: Ghosts sales are down compared to Black Ops II, Activision has admitted.
The latest social media research from Way To Blue suggests that Call of Duty: Ghosts is lagging behind the competition in terms of social media buzz.
Call of Duty: Ghosts has apparently ‘sold more than $1 billion of Call of Duty: Ghosts into retail stores worldwide as of day one’.
Cowen & Company analyst Doug Creutz has said that the comparatively lukewarm critical reception to Call of Duty: Ghosts is unlikely to dent the game’s sales.