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    Call Of Duty: WW2 Confirmed For 2017

    Call of Duty: WWII has been confirmed for later this year. Following WWII rumors at the end of March, developer Sledgehammer Games has officially revealed the title and setting of its upcoming shooter. Alongside the announcement, Activision has provided a first look at art for the game, which...
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    Rumor Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Listed on PS Store

    Two Call of Duty rumors have popped up online today: one is that it's set for a reveal next week, the other: it's subtitled Infinite Warfare. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare listed on PS Store, set for real next week – rumour A reveal date of May 3 was posted online through a retailer...
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    Next Call of Duty game could come with backwards compatible Modern Warfare 1 & 2

    Rumors are circulating, emotions are being toyed with and it's all been sparked by recent reports that a potentially ground-breaking development for the next Call of Duty title is on the cards. TheTechGame recently reported that a "credible" Activision source claims the next Call of Duty title...
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    Black Ops 3 Awakening brings new maps and Zombies to Xbox One on March 3

    Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 players on Xbox One and PC will get an Awakening on March 3, Activision has confirmed. Awakening introduces three all-new competitive multiplayer maps: abandoned water park Splash, biome-trotting Gauntlet, and towering construction site Rise. It also includes Skyjacked...
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    Destiny 2 will not launch as expected in September, a new report has claimed.

    The full sequel to Destiny has yet to be officially confirmed but is widely known to be in production due to Bungie's 10-year development roadmap (which planned to alternate bi-annual game releases with The Taken King-style expansions). But Destiny 2 will not make its September 2016 launch...
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    MLG Assets Sold to Activision for $46 Million

    Major League Gaming has sold "substantially all" of its assets to Activision Blizzard for the price of $46 million, effectively bringing about an end to the esports company as it was once known. That's according to a report from esportsobserver.com, which says MLG called a special meeting on...
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