Call of Duty: WWII is months away, but that doesn't mean COD gamers don't have content to anticipate. The "Zombie Chronicles" DLC is coming soon, bringing eight remastered Zombies maps to Xbox One. We played two of those maps for this preview.
It seems that all of that pent up demand for Call of Duty: Black Ops II on Xbox backward compatibility paid off for Activision, with the game cracking the top ten best selling games for April in North America.
When Call of Duty: WWII arrives later this year, it will feature a historical setting. Despite the increased focus on historical accuracy, the game will have playable female characters in multiplayer. And that's a good thing. Here's why.
Every year, Activision releases a new Call of Duty. Non-fans criticize them for being too similar, while series faithful eat them up. Infinite Warfare shakes things up by jumping into the far future, taking the fight into space and beyond. Could this be the Call of Duty for fans and newcomers alike?
The Legacy Edition of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare includes Modern Warfare Remastered, a fully enhanced remake of one of the most popular Call of Duties of all time. At Call of Duty XP, we played Remastered and caught a panel in order to bring you this thorough rundown of its many enhancements.
This week we're looking at Windows 95 on Xbox One, Black Ops 1 smashing new records six years after launch, and more! We're also giving away a copy of Overwatch to one lucky commenter! Simply leave a reply and join the discussion for a chance to win.
Welcome to another weekly dose of Xbox news! This week we're looking at Square Enix's shift to episodic games, Destiny 2 reports, Black Ops 1 for backwards compatibility and more. Join the discussion for a chance to win the Resident Evil Origins Collection for Xbox One!