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|Subject: If you’ve been keeping up with our coverage of the COD XP event, Mon Sep 19, 2011 12:50 pm|| |
That’s the tagline. A more accurate description might be: “Helping casual gamers to feel more inadequate and irritated when faced with so-called ‘pub-stomper’ teams of ‘try hard’ twelve year-olds.” But let’s not be too pessimistic, eh? Infinity Ward, Sledgehammer Games, and Activision have all put a lot of effort into the emerging Call of Duty social network, a network which promises to deliver much more to your experience of the latest blockbuster in the franchise.
If you’ve been keeping up with our coverage of the COD XP event, you’ll already know everything you need to
about the competitive multiplayer in Activision’s fast-approaching Modern Warfare 3.
However, the game doesn’t have to stop once the ‘final kill cam’ has rolled its routine humiliation of yet another victim. Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer Games spokesmen Robert Bowling and Michael Condrey wow gold bookwowgold.com talked at some wow gold length about a slew of new features, some of which are available to use with Black Ops as you read these words, which will give those gamers who cannot bear to stay away from their consoles almost unparalleled access to Call of Duty on-the-go.
“There are specific apps being designed by the team for the iPhone, the iPad, and the Android devices,” Condrey told the COD XP audience. These apps are going to be linked directly to the features available through ‘Call of Duty Elite’, the online system brought out by Activision to further strengthen and encourage communication between COD gamers.
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