Activision to bring Call of Duty Online to China
Activision has got a new Call of Duty game up its sleeve, but this one is a little different from the rest. It worked together with Tencent to create Call of Duty Online: a free to play (F2P) first person shooter designed for gamers in China. Like other F2P games, the game should cost nothing to play – but gamers who want access to certain upgrades to their weapons and gear will probably have to pay for them. Judging by the trailer, it looks just like any other Call of Duty game and even features fan favorite maps from previous games in the series. For more information on the game, check out this interview that MMO Culture had with Activision recently. Trailer embedded above. By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Call of Duty Black Ops: Declassified and Assassins Creed III: Liberation on the PS Vita, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 details leaked?,
Activision Blizzard has announced a ?strategic relationship? with Tencent Holdings Limited, a leading Internet services provider in China, to bring Call of Duty Online to Chinese gamers.
Wed 4 Jul 12 from The Independent
(AP) — Activision is bringing its popular "Call of Duty" series to China as a free online game.
Tue 3 Jul 12 from Phys.org
Activision brings online 'Call of Duty' to China, Tue 3 Jul 12 from AP
Activision has got a new Call of Duty game up its sleeve, but this one is a little different from the rest. It worked together with Tencent to create Call of Duty Online: a free to play ...
Thu 5 Jul 12 from Ubergizmo
A free-to-play, online-only version of the massively popular Call of Duty series is to launch in China.
Wed 4 Jul 12 from BBC Technology
Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick has made it official that Call of Duty Online is in development and expected to begin beta trials later ...
Tue 3 Jul 12 from USA today
(Reuters) - Activision Blizzard, the biggest U.S. video game publisher by market capitalization aims to take its popular Call of Duty title as a free-to-play online game to China in a bid to ...
Tue 3 Jul 12 from Reuters Technology
Activision has announced today that Call of Duty: Online has been in development for the past two years and is going to be released exclusively for the Chinese market. Unlike previous Call of ...
Tue 3 Jul 12 from Geek.com
Game publisher Activision Blizzard Inc. and Chinese internet services provider Tencent Holdings Ltd. are teaming up to bring Call of Duty Online to Chinese video game players.Financial terms ...
Tue 3 Jul 12 from R&D Mag
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