Call of Duty: Ghosts Devastation gameplay trailer confirms Predator DLC

A new trailer for Call of Duty: Ghosts showcases its second multiplayer expansion called Devastation and confirms a guest appearance from the Predator, the trophy hunting Yautja first introduced in 1987 film Predator. Developer Infinity Ward teased the alien's inclusion last week in an Instagram video, which featured a jungle setting, a wrecked helicopter and a purring cloaked opponent. The latest trailer shows an uncloaked Predator, possibly in the new Ruins multiplayer map that is set amongst an ancient Mayan temple. The video also offers players a brief look at the four new multiplayer maps rolling out with Devastation: Behemoth, set in a South American excavation site; Collision exists on a container ship; Ruins; and, Unearthed, a call-back to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3's Dome...


Call of Duty PSA asks employers to give young veterans a chance

Activision's philanthropy for veterans, the Call of Duty Endowment, is going to bat for former servicemembers who come home to chronic unemployment and an uphill fight against stereotypes about their time in uniform. Where some veterans go to job interviews in uniform with a sense of confidence it makes them a desirable hire, in many cases some employers can't see past the stripes and the ribbons. "The Honest Truth" encourages them to give returning vets a chance, particularly younger ones, who face unemployment rates many times higher than the rest of the country. The Call of Duty Endowment exists to help veterans find high quality careers by raising awareness among employers of the value veterans bring to a workplace, and by supporting groups that can prepare them to enter the...


Friends List: Are mechanics or storytelling more important in games?

Call of Duty presents this struggle of gameplay versus storytelling as a dichotomy of sorts: There is a wall between the single-player, narratively driven experience and the game's endlessly replayable multiplayer. But that's not always the case. Plenty of game developers strive to marry the two with differing degrees of success. Just last week, BioShock's Ken Levine talked about a thought experiment he's been tinkering with, an idea that he believes will help make games endlessly replayable not through multiplayer matches, but through narrative using something he calls narrative Legos. If this is your first episode, Friends List is a daily web series in which members of Polygon's editorial staff answer an important, unusual or agitating question related to video games. The goal is to...


Learn more about Call of Duty: Ghosts' new Squads modes

Call of Duty: Ghosts is introducing "an entirely new way" to experience the series' multiplayer with Squads, a new suite of gameplay modes that lets you fight alongside — and against — teams of AI-controlled soldiers. In a newly released video, Infinity Ward details Ghosts' Squads feature set and how it will tie into the game's multiplayer component. Squads consists of a handful of modes: Wargame, in which players fight with friends or AI-controlled squadmates against a team of bots with varied loadouts; Squad Assault, a cooperative battle against the offline squads customized by other players; Squad vs. Squad, a battle against two squads, each with one human-controlled player; and Safeguard, a coop survival mode that uses perks and killstreaks from Call of Duty's multiplayer mode. T...


Chinese military sim lets players fight Japan for Diaoyu Islands

A military simulation video game designed by China's Giant Network Technology Co. in partnership with the the People's Liberation Army — the military arm of the Communist Party of China — allows Chinese soldiers to fight Japanese troops and defend the much-disputed ownership of the Diaoyu Islands, the Washington Post reports. Glorious Mission Online — a first-person shooter described as China's Call of Duty equivalent — was first released in 2011 and was originally designed to train Chinese soldiers. In an update coming soon to the game, the developers have added a level that allows players to "reclaim and defend" the Diaoyu Islands, a collection of vacant but heavily disputed islands between China and Japan. Players fought a "flood of attacks from Japanese invaders" in a 1937-themed...


Watch Jimmy Fallon and friends play Call of Duty: Ghosts with Mark Rubin

Infinity Ward's Mark Rubin took the stage with Jimmy Fallon last night to demo Call of Duty: Ghosts on the comedian's late night talk show. Fallon, along with actors Grant Bowler and Elijah Wood, played the demo shown during Activision's Call of Duty: Ghosts presentation, which aired the Sunday prior to E3. The trio spent some quality time with furry soldier Riley, testing out the canine's various skills, as well as made a few choice comments about the run-down landscapes the pup prowls through. Watch the full video above to see the demo from Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Call of Duty: Ghosts will launch on Nov. 5 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Windows PC and Wii U, and at a later date on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.


Infinity Ward, PS4, Nintendo, Xbox One, Rainbow 6, ChicagoQuest, E3: Speed Run

We got a closer look at Call of Duty: Ghosts. Sony says the PlayStation 4 can offload computations to the cloud. Nintendo is launching a free-to-play game this fiscal year. Tom Clancy's Rainbow 6: Patriots may have been moved to next-gen platforms. Xbox One is launching in Asia in late 2014. And our latest Human Angle is about an educational program using video games as teaching tools. Gotta go fast. Call of Duty: Ghosts: the return of Infinity Ward Sony's Shuhei Yoshida says PS4 can offload calculations to cloud, if developers choose Nintendo free-to-play game launching this fiscal year, not set in Mario or Pokemon series Rainbow 6: Patriots moved to next-gen platforms Xbox One launching in Asia in late 2014, but Japan launch window still unannounced Remedy on how Quantum Break'...


Patrice Desilets, Call of Duty: Ghosts, EA Partners Program, E3: Speed Run

It's the most wonderful time of the year — E3. Patrice Desilets is suing Ubisoft for $400,000 in damages and the rights to his game, 1666: Amsterdam. The dog in Call of Duty: Ghosts will be a fully controllable squadmate. The Electronic Arts Partners Program isn't dead. Pre-E3 information leaks include new details on Battlefield 4, Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag and Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare. Patrice Désilets sues Ubisoft for more than $400K, seeks rights to 1666: Amsterdam Patrice Desilets' complaints and Ubisoft's response outlined in Montreal court filing Call of Duty: Ghosts dog Riley takes commands through headset EA Partners isn't dead, says exec Report: Leaked Battlefield 4 screenshots show squads, weapons and more Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag screens and...

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