Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Summary
Call of Duty is a series that has prided itself upon sharing intense interpretations of war on everything from a personal to a global scale. The modern age of Call of Duty games has used several real-life figures in their games from current times to back in the 1960s. Unfortunately, that has drawn the ire of the Savimbi family, who are suing Activision for their depiction of deceased Angolan rebel chief Jonas Savimbi
During Activision's annual earnings call, Activision president and CEO Eric Hirshberg revealed that Call of Duty: Black Ops III is shaping up to be a major seller, as it is enjoying the most preorders for a Call of Duty game in the past few years.
An earnings report from Activision revealed some pretty amazing numbers today, not the least of which was their acquisition of the Candy Crush developer, King for an astonishing $5.9 billion dollars, but lost in the fracas was another pretty amazing number. Nearly 12 million gamers are still playing Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.
is reporting that Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 has been updated with several pieces of viral marketing for the next game in the blockbuster franchise.
Naturally, this has lead to speculation that's next Call of Duty game, set for release later this year, will be a third entry in the trilogy.
This won't come as a huge surprise, but former Panamian dictator's lawsuit against Activision over his appearance in Black Ops 2 has been dismissed.
Los Angeles Court Judge William H. Fahey threw the case out, a decision which defense attorney and former New York mayorcalled "an important victory" for free speech.