We also have a confirmed release date now of November 3. The leak was right.
Yeah, the name is silly, but there might be some good information about the new game.
First Destiny 2, now Call of Duty WW2. Activision's promo materials keep spoiling their surprises.
Activision decides to drop the pretense and just tell you the name of the war this time.
The new add-on hits PS4 later this month.
Bungie's marketing so far shows signs that it's learned from its storytelling mistakes.
Prepare for a big loot drop in September, on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
It is likely the next in the wave of overly simplistic titles, with this one going back to the roots of the original games.
The semi-announcement via Twitter only confirms the logo from the retail leaks of last week.
A couple of Italian posters show a proposed release date and a beta signup for Destiny 2.
You already had to pay top dollar to get the special edition, now a new map pack will cost an additional $14.99.
The streams will feature different aspects of the event, with the first coming tomorrow.
Bungie is finally opening up a bit about the planned sequel, which will come some time later this fall.
And look, there is a Steam sale on the game at the same time.
The PlayStation 4 remaster is trying to stay true to the original three games while adding some new items.
Activision surpassed revenue targets for 2016, but layoffs took place at Infinity Ward and other internal studios regardless.
The game is expected to expand the 'global reach' of the franchise.
Imaginators will be ported to Switch, and the franchise will get a new mobile game.
This year's installment is in development at Sledgehammer Games, creators of 2014's Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
The first introduces lots of new content and fixes, while the second adding 'increased server send rate.'