I’ve been playing the new Call of Duty Modern Warfare game on the weekends, mostly the campaign mode as I didn’t feel like getting massacred on multiplayer just yet. Just like any egotistical gamer out there, I chose the highest difficulty available for the campaign (I ain’t no bitch), and the experience has been unreal.
One of the trends that I’ve noticed with games in recent months is the practices of releasing a game, wait for the reviews to come in and then completely pull a 180 that pisses off gamers by adding a feature they knew was frowned upon by the community. Call of Duty Modern Warfare is the latest example of that possible practice.
After the insanely ridiculous single Red Dot for $1 that can be found in the new Call of Duty, one has to really wonder, who here is really to blame for these ridiculous Microtransactions practices? Even after all the backlash that we’ve seen over the past few months, game companies are still ready and willing to try these asinine microtransactions so what’s going on?
Here’s the first official look at Call of Duty®: WWII…..
So I got to see the new world game reveal trailer for the next installment of Call of Duty, which is Black Ops 3 and it looks very interesting to say the least.
After the trailer was released, a bunch of new information regarding Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 has been leaked.