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Posted 16 March 2017 - 12:31 PM Edited by Gummy , 14 June 2017 - 07:49 PM.

 


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 "We’re coming out of Advanced Warfare very proud of what that game is and what it means to fans, but we’re also listening closely to what fans want and ideas about how to continue that going forward, so yeah, everything is on the table."
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During an interview on February 7th, 2015, Michael Condrey talked briefly about the many ideas that Sledgehammer was toying around with for their next Call of Duty installment, saying that the team had "talked about new ways to play" and that these things could range from features such as "branching story-lines or third person mode or crazy changes to the multiplayer".
He also indicated that there was interest in having a female Call of Duty protagonist


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Posted 16 March 2017 - 03:39 PM

If anybody still believes that it actually takes them three years to develop each CoD, contact me. I have a bridge to sell you.

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Posted 16 March 2017 - 05:23 PM

As dope as a Vietnam era game sounds, I refuse to continue giving the COD franchise money. Hopefully they don't f*ck this up, but they probably will.
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Posted 16 March 2017 - 05:50 PM

As dope as a Vietnam era game sounds, I refuse to continue giving the COD franchise money. Hopefully they don't f*ck this up, but they probably will.

Well it's the same story every year, isn't it? Every year they tell us how much they thought about doing something new, and cool and unique and how it's going to be amazing and exciting and new. And then they show us how the freakin' fish move away from you when you swim like it's some revolutionary new tech. It's all talk and no substance. It's been that way since Modern Warfare 2.

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Posted 16 March 2017 - 06:54 PM

Indeed. I stopped buying these after Ghosts but the franchise was in trouble well before that. I was gifted Black Ops 3 and man was I glad I didn't pay for it.
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Posted 16 March 2017 - 07:33 PM

Not too much hope for a non-futuristic CoD.

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Posted 16 March 2017 - 08:04 PM Edited by Sir Michael, 16 March 2017 - 08:04 PM.

Yeah, plenty of other games can have more success with a pre-modern setting at this point. CoD had its run, I don't have that much faith in the series with how much its been milked. I'm surprised it hasn't completely died off yet...
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Posted 16 March 2017 - 09:29 PM

Don't care about Sledgehammer nor Infinity Ward. Only interested in Treyarch COD games for now

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Posted 17 March 2017 - 12:12 AM

The funny thing is people didn't want them to change the setting to "do something new" but rather change the gameplay. Every single COD feels the same mechanic wise, just with wall running and the likes for the past 3 games. 

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Posted 17 March 2017 - 10:33 PM

Really, if they could go back to what treyarch was doing with world at war and then skip on the unrealistic futuristic movie bullsh*t, i might like it.

 

But yea...really....f*cking tired of those fictive weapons and plots that are just way to far fetched.

 

Not to mention their overall general way of how things works need some insane refreshing of ideas.

 

Not really feeling a lot of hope for this one, i am simply guessing it will be an other cod 1.1.1.1 game with more futuristic sh*t no matter what their current statements are.

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Posted 18 March 2017 - 09:05 AM

Really, if they could go back to what treyarch was doing with world at war and then skip on the unrealistic futuristic movie bullsh*t, i might like it.

 

But yea...really....f*cking tired of those fictive weapons and plots that are just way to far fetched.

 

Not to mention their overall general way of how things works need some insane refreshing of ideas.

 

Not really feeling a lot of hope for this one, i am simply guessing it will be an other cod 1.1.1.1 game with more futuristic sh*t no matter what their current statements are.

I think they will go back to the Cod 4 or maybe make WAW 2 but that wouldn't be enough. The whole gameplay is getting tired. Maps are getting smaller and the game is abusing supply drops. I would be fine with microtransactions if the maps were free but they are not and that is bad even for those that buy the maps. Less people play them an many times they become ghost towns. 

 

I wish they would put more effort into level design in SP and make it more like the first couple. They were really imersive while not having the movie type scripted events and were more fun to replay, they were also smart in making unique levels like the one where you play as the russians and have to find a weapon from a dead comrade or enemy since you were deployed with out one because they couldn't produce many weapons.


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Posted 18 March 2017 - 09:11 AM

It's insane to me how fickle the public opinion on CoD is. I don't know if anyone else remembers but people were calling CoD milked and the same old, same old ever since Modern Warfare 2 [which I still consider a bad game as a whole] and crying out for future settings and a change. Fast forward almost a decade later and Modern Warfare 2 is suddenly a solid classic, the last good CoD and the series needs to go back to grounded, modern warfare or find its ''roots''.

 

You can't win. Its a vicious cycle. I just hope they do whatever the hell they want and don't cave into public pressure or do something as dumb as making a third person game.

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Posted 18 March 2017 - 10:28 AM

It's insane to me how fickle the public opinion on CoD is. I don't know if anyone else remembers but people were calling CoD milked and the same old, same old ever since Modern Warfare 2 [which I still consider a bad game as a whole] and crying out for future settings and a change. Fast forward almost a decade later and Modern Warfare 2 is suddenly a solid classic, the last good CoD and the series needs to go back to grounded, modern warfare or find its ''roots''.
 
You can't win. Its a vicious cycle. I just hope they do whatever the hell they want and don't cave into public pressure or do something as dumb as making a third person game.

Don't care...i still feel like mw2 was overall crap, bo2 had an interesting campaign, black ops 1 was boring overall except for zombies and mw3 was boring to. :p

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Posted 18 March 2017 - 10:40 AM

Fast forward almost a decade later and Modern Warfare 2 is suddenly a solid classic.

Really? I thought that most people consider it to be sh*t. And more importantly it was where the turn for the worst happened.


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Posted 18 March 2017 - 10:55 AM

Really, if they could go back to what treyarch was doing with world at war and then skip on the unrealistic futuristic movie bullsh*t, i might like it.
 
But yea...really....f*cking tired of those fictive weapons and plots that are just way to far fetched.
 
Not to mention their overall general way of how things works need some insane refreshing of ideas.
 
Not really feeling a lot of hope for this one, i am simply guessing it will be an other cod 1.1.1.1 game with more futuristic sh*t no matter what their current statements are.

I think they will go back to the Cod 4 or maybe make WAW 2 but that wouldn't be enough. The whole gameplay is getting tired. Maps are getting smaller and the game is abusing supply drops. I would be fine with microtransactions if the maps were free but they are not and that is bad even for those that buy the maps. Less people play them an many times they become ghost towns. 
 
I wish they would put more effort into level design in SP and make it more like the first couple. They were really imersive while not having the movie type scripted events and were more fun to replay, they were also smart in making unique levels like the one where you play as the russians and have to find a weapon from a dead comrade or enemy since you were deployed with out one because they couldn't produce many weapons.
Honestly, if there is one thing that is going pretty well forward it is how the maps kinda became a bit interactive.

Further...scripted story midsions...they are not more scripted then before...the thing is...they are just the same sh*t...which is bad.

They should trow some smarter enemy AI in it, buff the lethality of...anything, actually make supresssive fire a thing...get more basic tactical sh*t involved.

For an example i feel they were pretty good at bringing in the chaotic sh*t, lets bring that to an other level.

Let news on the intercom spread that your comander is dead while you are just blowing something up and getting surendered by enemies...you then get actual options...that is one thing BO 3 did really well.
Further i feel there is a lack of overall conflicts in the team/groups you are in ever since cod4....shame.
The bad things meant to shock people...they need to be brought in more plentyfull.
The old perks system in MP...needs a revamp ASAP.
Last team standing perk should in a way be brought back by automaticly dropping players in that mode once they are shot in the leg to much in a short period of time, being of the radar when an UAV is online should be a thing if you are not making sounds and are out of sight from the drone flying around, from the start already you should have the option to carry 2 main guns, but each gun among with the option to carry a sertain amount of extra ammo should slow you down...same for wearing extra armor or extra equipment like mines.
Weapons should have more character....the SVD...if implementing that for an example should standard have the capability to use the scope and the iron sights...but beyond that have a quite limited customisation, just like the real thing while something like an modern m16 should have loads of options.
Try to pull of some things even if they would make players mad like slowing down the reloading of rocket launchers a lot, removing quickscoping, slowing down the rate of looking trough a scope and actually seeing things...or at least with snipers, give it some short animation to zero in the crosshairs, buff shotguns a lot in regards to damage, make aiming propperly trough an high magnification optic insanely hard while walking or when standing in the open, make it possible to use objects as support for rifles and mg's...

And ramblerambleramble...:p
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Posted 18 March 2017 - 10:56 AM

 

Fast forward almost a decade later and Modern Warfare 2 is suddenly a solid classic.

Really? I thought that most people consider it to be sh*t. And more importantly it was where the turn for the worst happened.

 

We're few and far now a days. It was the consensus back in the day, i'd like to say it was around 2011 that the nostalgia goggles and rose tinted glasses took over.


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Posted 18 March 2017 - 05:27 PM

I usually enjoy the campaign of CoDs but never consider myself a fan as I think it's geared towards the bro-gaming end of gaming. It's almost the sports of gaming where it's all competitive online stuff. I still want to check out Infinite Warfare and will pick up the CoDs I missed out on over the years on this gen. Think the last campaign I played was MW2.


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Posted 18 March 2017 - 09:05 PM Edited by Hakuma, 18 March 2017 - 09:42 PM.

We have already had Vietnam as a setting in Battlefield, it was a pretty good game with much propaganda floating around.


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Posted 18 March 2017 - 09:38 PM


Think the last campaign I played was MW2.

sounds about right.

somewhere along the way I totally lost interest in Call of Duty.

 

at this stage, CoD is the epitome of bro-gaming, which represents everything that sucks about modern games... that being said I'll give anything a try if it looks good. prove me wrong.

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Posted 18 March 2017 - 11:23 PM

They said that they were "returning to COD's roots" in Infinite Warfare, so I wouldn't be surprised if this ends up being yet another Advanced Warfare-type game. Nevertheless, if this actually ends up having a modern day/past setting then I may be interested.

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Posted 19 March 2017 - 01:36 AM

Would be nice if it wasn't a futuristic theme, but i doubt they will drop the microtransactions! That is the most annoying thing about the new cod games, but the money is racking in and no way they will return to everything being unlockable by leveling up or completing challenges.


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Posted 19 March 2017 - 01:52 AM

I mean, in the end the foundation for the game will end up being alright, but supply drops will end up ruining it yet again.

 

Also there's rumours of Zombies coming back for the fourth(?) year in a row now?

 

I mean, WaW-BO2 zombies was good, BO3 was just appaling imo.

 

apparently Exo Zombies was decent, but by then I just grew out of the franchise

 

and IW Zombies is just

 

something else.

 

If they add Zombies again they should do something creative with it (not IW levels of creative)

but just something other than "survive or solve the complicated story section"


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Posted 19 March 2017 - 11:14 PM

If anybody still believes that it actually takes them three years to develop each CoD, contact me. I have a bridge to sell you.

 

three years probably results in less of a rushed mess like EA's handling with dice's battlefield


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Posted 21 March 2017 - 02:07 AM

How about the forgotten Korean War?
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Posted 25 March 2017 - 05:51 AM Edited by gajrajgchouhan, 25 March 2017 - 05:53 AM.

New call of duty leaks ?

 

http://imgur.com/a/JaBZc

 

Source : Reddit (https://www.reddit.c...ref_source=link)

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Posted 25 March 2017 - 05:59 AM

This makes me sad, old COD campaigns are awesome same with Battlefield now story mode is for kids.
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Posted 25 March 2017 - 10:25 AM

New call of duty leaks ?

 

http://imgur.com/a/JaBZc

 

Source : Reddit (https://www.reddit.c...ref_source=link)

Predictable. Hopefully they actually *make* a WWII game instead of just giving us old timey guns.

 

This makes me sad, old COD campaigns are awesome same with Battlefield now story mode is for kids.

BF1 had a really good campaign despite it being a WW1 reskin of a modern FPS.

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Posted 25 March 2017 - 11:39 AM

heard the new game was gonna be called Call of Duty: Chemical Warfare

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Posted 25 March 2017 - 01:01 PM

Nah that was some Neogaf wishlist that spread as gospel for some reason.


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Posted 25 March 2017 - 02:23 PM

I mean, in the end the foundation for the game will end up being alright, but supply drops will end up ruining it yet again.
 
Also there's rumours of Zombies coming back for the fourth(?) year in a row now?
 
I mean, WaW-BO2 zombies was good, BO3 was just appaling imo.
 
apparently Exo Zombies was decent, but by then I just grew out of the franchise
 
and IW Zombies is just
 
something else.
 
If they add Zombies again they should do something creative with it (not IW levels of creative)
but just something other than "survive or solve the complicated story section"

Treyarch should simply make zombies a stand alone franchise...
The maps of bo2 in generally really suck though imo.
Bo1 had the best zombie maps ever.




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