During today’s financial conference call for investors and analysts, Activision Blizzard executives talked about the next Call of Duty game.
….and so it begins, be careful “Groundbreaking AI fish” incoming!
I know battlefield 6 will look amazing and it'll be a day one buy for me and hearing about the next call of duty has me excited as well which I hope doesn't control or look like cold war. I'll definitely buy the next call of duty game because Activision knows a new battlefield comes out this year so I know they'll try their very best to have an amazing call of duty game to complete.
Sledgehammer Games are also opening a new studio. Hopefully this years CoD is better than Cold War which IMO is crap.
To be fair that was Infinity Ward that said that infamous fish AI quote.
Promises "stunning visuals" That is like me promising "wet water"
This one is using the modern warfare engine. Not the cheapo black ops engine. The engine for modernware was the main reason I got it. First cod in ten years for me. And it was worth it. Skipped.cold war after playing the beta....physics were a step back from mw
Cold war was my first COD since black ops 2, and it did not impress, same over promised under delivered rinse and repeat as normal. If the MP has the same AI BS integration as every iteration since modern warfare 2, then it is not for me.
It is also still the og engine just modified. Falling for textures and sound is kind of 🤦
@Rude-ro "It is also still the og engine just modified." Same can be said for any game engine out there. Cryengine, Unreal, Frostbite, etc. They are all based off of their OG engine but highly modified over the years. The problem everyone had with the engine used for COD over the years was the fact that their modifications to the engine came off as lazy after seeing basically the same visuals for 5+ releases in a row before we started seeing bigger differences. Now with the MW engine, it is the largest upgrade in terms of visuals, audio, ballistics, and technical capabilities (ex. Warzone) we've seen since COD4MW Now that we have the next-gen systems available. We should hopefully see a large difference in visuals and audio compared to COD 2019.
Same old every year..this shouldn't even be classed as news..so nothi to see here..
Exactly, how many times have they said MP will be using dedicated servers lol?
Just about every year since mw 2
They should change the visibility of the characters and the lighting of the game. I can't even see half of the time.
just promise me good gameplay and something that doesnt need a seperate SSD to run it on.
Lmao "Stunning Visuals"....just days after reports of the game being in a disastrous state development wise, rumors of delays into 2022, and being confirmed for last gen systems. On top of that, its another WW2 shooter from Sledgehammer. This will definitely be a CoD to skip. I've played CoD for 17 years now lol I know a trash iteration when I smell one. Wait for IW in 2022 for MW2 and get Battlefield this year, a proper next gen only shooter that's been in the works for 3 years now.
The games look and play alright as it is. Separate Warzone from the overall download file so I can delete it off my hard drive; that’s all I need.
So what's that mean? We looking at 400.....500 Gigs on launch???
Advanced Warfare was great imo. Loved the campaign and the exo zombies. Would love a sequel. WW2 was another solid effort by them as well.
Why can't they just keep their mouths shut and let the game speak for itself. I guarantee that game is going to look similar to Cold War.
Another 3 games being made for last gen tells me this isn’t going to be nearly as stunning as it could be
You mean now that you have access to yet another next generation of more powerful hardware? The graphics are going to be better? Say it ain't so!
They’re still releasing another 3 call of duty’s on last gen hardware so it’s not going to be all that next gen
Game will look nice but it’s going to be one giant mess and will make Cold War look like a good game
Some shit new coat of paint...Next
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