Hello PlayStation Nation! At Treyarch we’re constantly challenging our team to do the best work of their lives with each and every game we create. Last month, we had a chance to sit down to discuss how we make games and our ambitions for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 with host Wil Wheaton as a part of the original series Conversations with Creators. That episode is now available for FREE on your PS3 and PS4 through PlayStation Store and at the YouTube link below:
Hello from San Diego! I’m at Comic-Con 2015, and I just got back from playing a few rounds of Call of Duty Black Ops III multiplayer (after seeing the debut of its hyper-cool looking new Zombies mode).
Black Ops III feels both familiar and fresh, featuring Treyarch’s tried-and-true genre-defining shooting mechanics but amplified by new additions — like a “guns up” mentality in the design process that minimizes downtime, even while sprinting or when underwater. Oh yeah, you can swim (and shoot while underwater) now too!
One of my favorite moments in PlayStation’s E3 2015 Press Conference this week was the big reveal of Call of Duty: Black Ops III’s new Campaign. It’s been built from the ground up to accommodate more emergent, team-based battles that veer “off the rails” found in many linear campaign experience
Hello, PlayStation fans! I’ve been writing this blog from the conference back stage, and I’m so glad I can finally talk about the next Call of Duty. Everyone here at PlayStation couldn’t be more thrilled about tonight’s Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 news and what it means for the PlayStation Nation.
In February, you wreaked Havoc, now get ready for Ascendance, the next DLC pack for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Available today on PS4 and PS3, Ascendance introduces four new multiplayer maps, a new directed energy weapon, and Infection, the next chapter in Exo Zombies.
Hi everyone! It’s the final week of Spring Fever, and we’ve saved one of the most highly anticipated digital games for last, with Shovel Knight from Yacht Club Games. This 2D side-scrolling, adventure launches today for PS4, PS3, and PS Vita with cross buy support.
This afternoon on stage at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, I shared some very exciting news that I know the PlayStation Nation has been anticipating since we unveiled PlayStation Vita back in January. For those looking to get their hands on the ultimate in handheld entertainment, I’m thrilled to let you know that starting on February 22, 2012, PS Vita will be available at major retailers in the United States, Canada, Latin America, and Europe.
Our first-party studios and an army of publishing partners have been extremely hard at work to ensure that PS Vita launches with a vast library of titles that deliver unique gameplay experiences that go beyond any handheld or mobile device on the market.
The mother of all shooters is about to hit and PTOM’s November issue has intel straight from the Call of Duty team on the changes to online multiplayer. We’ve got tips on strategy and tactics from Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer, as well as a sneak peek at two maps. It’s everything you’ll need to dominate in Modern Warfare 3 from day one…unless you’re like us and lack the ability to aim. Thank god for the noob tube…
If modern war doesn’t have enough shooting to satisfy your trigger finger, how about a good ol’-fashioned American crime spree? We’ve got Saints Row: The Third’s Super Genius Man-Cat Professor Genki with an exclusive tour of the violence-ridden city of Steelport. It’s the wackiest spin on the open-world crime game that we’ve seen since….well, never.
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