"A new listing for an unannounced Call of Duty game just appeared on the PlayStation Store: Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. The listing appears in the "Trending" section when browsing the store from a PlayStation 4, but does not appear to provide any further information about the game.
If accurate, the title of this year's Call of Duty game would be appropriate: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare developer Infinity Ward is at the helm.
New Call of Duty games are typically announced — or leaked — in late April or early March. Activision hasn't said much about this year's entry, but has described the game as a "new innovative Call of Duty title.""
The next Call of Duty game will be a moon shoot, and it will be out of this world. Those statements are nothing to do with the game's ambitions, nor the enjoyment that can be gained from it - just that it will be set in space. Multiple sources confirm that 2016's Call of Duty will offer far future space combat with battles between sci-fi style factions. The latest spate of space-themed rumours add to Infinity Ward's spaceman themed New Year tweet regarding "reaching new heights" in 2016.
Over the weekend NeoGaf's 'shinobi602' claimed that the new Call of Duty game will be set in the "very far future" and feature space combat which could be described as "full-on sci-fi". EuroGamer has turned to its sources for independent confirmation …
"While some annual game franchises are taking the year off, Activision's Call of Duty and Skylanders series will get new entries in 2016, the publisher confirmed today.
This year's Call of Duty is being developed by Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Ghosts studio Infinity Ward, and will hit sometime during the fourth quarter. Activision Blizzard didn't provide many details on 2016's Call of Duty release, other than to say Infinity Ward's follow-up to last year's Black Ops 3 will be a "[n]ew innovative Call of Duty title." Infinity Ward is one of three studios leading development on the Call of Duty franchise.
Skylanders creator Toys for Bob will lead development on this year's entry in the toys-to-life game series. …
So using a highly technical selection process (read: names from a virtual hat) we've arrived at our five winners for the Call of Duty: Black Ops III competition.
In no particular order, they are:
WARNING: The following blog contains ponies. If that offends you in any way hit the back button now rather than going into the comments and bitching.
So it seems working on my degree isn't keeping me occupied enough.
So I decided to try doing another thing in the vein of this image:
This time, it's putting members of the Wiki into the idol group μ's from the anime Love Live!.
So, who wants to claim who?
- Kousaka Honoka -
- Minami Kotori -
- Sonoda Umi -
- Koizumi Hanayo -
- Hoshizora Rin -
- Ayase Eri -
- Toujou Nozomi -
- Yazawa Niko -
- Nishikino Maki -