Call of Duty Still 'On The Rise,' Insists Activision

Call of Duty has been at the very top of the games industry for two years straight. It's quite an accomplishment considering that the success came from two different developers. And while there's been some talk of people tiring of the Call of Duty series, Activision believes that, in fact, the opposite is true: gamers want more Call of Duty. Activision Publishing boss Eric Hirshberg discussed the franchise's momentum with IG at E3.

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theonlylolking2685d ago

The bigger they are the harder they fall.

donniebaseball2685d ago

I don't see CoD breaking a sales record again, but it's not exactly about to fall either. It'll still be one of the top sellers of the entire year, if not THE top seller.

Warprincess1162685d ago (Edited 2685d ago )

I disagree. COD is a huge franchise and this is the sequel to MW2. It definitely breaking sales record again. NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF COD.

@ Dart

You know what i meant. Why are you even in this article. Everyone already knows you a Battlefield fanboy.

Dart892685d ago (Edited 2685d ago )

@Warprincess How can MW3 be a sequel to MW3 if it hasn't even came out:P??

Edit:@Princess and what if im a BF fanboy that don't mean i can't come in cod articles and comment.

CodCom2684d ago

The bigger they are, the more money they rake in.

It'll be a while before the Call of Duty franchise falls.

CodCom2685d ago

Can't say I disagree with the article. Call of Duty is riding a wave of momentum and it's not going to stop with Modern Warfare 3.