As a throwback to the game series' early days, Call of Duty: WWII shouldn't work so well. But it's the most enjoyable COD in years.
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Call of Duty: WWII made over half a billion dollars---that's $500 million---in its first three days alone.
Call of Duty: WWII takes the franchise back to its World War II roots. And while I have reservations about this, WWII has surprised me. In a good way.
Sony has announced a special edition Call of Duty-themed Call of Duty: WWII PS4 console bundle.
Tomorrow is the big day: Xbox One gamblers who pre-ordered Call of Duty: WWII will be able to access the multiplayer beta for the first time.
As a huge fan of the Call of Duty series, I'm intensely curious about the series' return to World War II.
As expected, Activision is making Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered available as a standalone game on June 27, on PlayStation 4 first.
Over a month after it was first released on PlayStation 4, the Variety Pack DLC for *Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered* is finally available on Xbox One and PC.
The rumors are true: Call of Duty will return to its World War II roots with the next installment of this best-selling game series, called Call of Duty: WWII.
It's a dream come true for Call of Duty fans: Activision will extend the playability of Modern Warfare Remastered with a new Map Pack.
I'm not surprised that Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare hasn't met expectations. But people misunderstand Activision's new direction for the series.
Heads-up, Call of Duty fans: You have a massive new Modern Warfare Remastered update to download and install.
I am delighted but not surprised to report that the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered multiplayer experience holds up nicely despite the passage of time.
Surprise! The Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare single player campaign starts off with a bang and settles into the most satisfying COD storyline in years.