What’s Next for Call of Duty?
The future examined
by Kent Sobey
©2013 Kent Sobey
Back in 2011, just after Modern Warfare 3 had been released, I took a crack at what I thought would be the next Call of Duty game.
Well, it’s about that time of year again since they seem to do their announcements around April or May, so I thought I would give it another shot.
I came close last time (granted, I used the scatter gun approach by guessing several different options) but it might be a little trickier this time because the Modern Warfare franchise has come to an end (or has it?).
So, what are the options?
What does the future hold for Call of Duty? Find out…
The Top Announcements of E3 2012
What We Want and Don’t Want
©2012 Nicholas Laborde
Ah, E3. The Electronic Entertainment Expo, gaming’s biggest event and easily the largest concentration of information throughout the year.
It’s in the air. Can you smell it? Feel it? Sense it? It’s right around the corner – in fact, from the time of this post, only thirty-seven days away – and this is when anticipation truly sets in and begins to build.
- Will that hinted-at project be unveiled?
- Will that sequel get announced?
- Will that exclusive title go multiplatform?
- Will Valve finally speak of Half-Life 2: Episode Three/Half-Life 3?
- Will Star Wars: Battlefront III see the light of day?
- Will Peter Molyneux claim his next title will cure cancer?
- Will the new consoles be unveiled?
- Will I have to sell my firstborn child to purchase said consoles?
It’s quite simply the most wonderful time of the year in the gaming scene, and everyone is ecstatic. But with every E3, there always comes the great anticipations, excitements and – of course – the disappointments and let downs. It’s a given with any E3.
OXCGN is proudly returning to the show floor to provide coverage like none other.
Until then, here are the top announcements we do and don’t want at E3 2012, in no particular order.
Is this the year that all our dreams come true? Read on to see!
Call of Duty: Police Warfare
Pitch Shows Promise
©2012 Nicholas Laborde
Regardless of how commercially successful the Call of Duty franchise is, no one can deny that it’s getting a bit stale.
Today, a dedicated group of fans have decided to show off their pitch for a new game in the series, entitled Police Warfare.
Surprisingly, it’s very fleshed out and seems to be a very promising concept.
Check out some amazing work here!