Midnight launches for both games will be held at Games The Shop’s store at Oberoi Mall in Mumbai.
The Multiplayer Starter kit axes the campaign, zombies mode, and custom matches for multiplayer, but offers most of the game’s multiplayer offerings for Rs 990.
The PS4 beta will run from August 19 to 23, while the PC and Xbox One beta runs from August 26 to 30.
The game will be formally unveiled on 26th April, but was confirmed via a teaser featuring audio clips from previous Black Ops games and ending with the Roman number three.
Unlike Amazon’s Destiny exclusivity, Advanced Warfare will be exclusive to Flipkart only online. The game will also be available for preorder and purchase via offline stores.
Advanced Warfare is the first Call of Duty game solely developed by Sledgehammer games. It releases on 4th November.
With Sledgehammer’s game set for release this year, Treyarch’s next game will release in 2015, while Infinity Ward’s will release in 2016.
The first in a five-part feature series, where members of the IVG editorial team pick their favourite games from the generation gone by.
LAN tournaments will be conducted around Counter-strike 1.6, Counter-strike: Global Offensive, DoTA 2, League of Legends, and Call of Duty: Ghosts.
With the generational transition just a couple of weeks away, you’d have thought that Infinity Ward and Activision would have brought their A game. Instead, we’re back treading familiar waters.
Call of Duty: Ghosts will not be using a new game engine, but will in fact be using a “significantly” upgraded version of the engine used in the previous games.
First edition offers prize pot of Rs 2,25,000.
Treyarch gets Hollywood talent on-board.
Available on August 23 for Xbox Live users. Later for PC, PS3.
Don’t worry, they’re not making you pay to play online…yet.
The IVG staff picks out its most anticipated games of E3 2011.
World War 3 plays out in the world’s most iconic cities.
Treyarch shows everyone how DLC should be done.
Treyarch takes Call of Duty into the Cold War.
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