Last years Call of Duty: Ghosts was a low point for the series with a dull campaign and multiplayer that ignored the efforts of Treyarch’s Black Ops II to move the franchise forward. This has left newcomer Sledgehammer Games with the task of cleaning up the mess, and to a large degree they’ve done just so, and in the process painted Infinity Ward, the developer responsible for making Call of Duty a household name, as the weakest of the three teams now tasked with working on the series.
In just a few short weeks the next entry in the most popular yet Internet-reviled FPS series is due to arrive, and thus Activision have released the official launch trailer. I’ve played every Call of Duty title to date, and have enjoyed them all to one degree or […]
Well, this is rather strange. Just yesterday Sledgehammer announced that they would be revealing a “New Era” of Call of Duty on May 4th, even placing a countdown on the official Call of Duty website. And yet here we are with the reveal trailer, a full two days […]