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Beware of Fake "COD5BETA" emails from COD5BETA@infinityward

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by Fourzerotwo

FAKE EMAIL : Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Multiplayer BETA Token


There is a FAKE beta invite email going out to people which appears to come from (see above).

If you receive one, just delete it. Don’t open it, reply, or click any links - it’s fake and could contain a virus or be an attempt to phish personal information. The body of the email is an exact replica of the one I sent out during the COD4 Beta, except they’ve replaced all references of Call of Duty 4.

For the record, there is no beta. Believe me, if we were having a beta, I’d be screaming it from every internet rooftop from Twitter to Forums. We have yet to even officially announce our next project, let alone a beta for it. Although, it is kind of flattering to think Spammers think a beta for our next game is luring enough to get people to open. WATCH OUT Penis Enlargement spam mail, there’s a new kid on the block!

Activision Announces Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2

CoD Modern Warfare 2

by Patrick Klepek

We know Activision Blizzard loves sequels.

The sixth CoD game was already confirmed to be under Infinity Ward's wing (and not World at War dev Treyarch), but this news thankfully confirms that number six isn't the rumoured sci-fi spin-off we were dreading.

Activision Blizzard acknowledged the “Call of Duty” series will move forward yet again with “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2″ coming fall 2009. No details on the game were released.


And despite the apparent validity of the news a representative from Activison Blizzard now say "speculative as far as we're concerned".....

We'll have more on this story as soon as we get it.

Infinity Ward enlisted for Call of Duty 6

CoD Modern Warfare 2

Activision confirms original developer will return to series next year, talks about monetizing online play with "Day One Advantage" experience acceleration.


Treyarch's Call of Duty: World at War hasn't even stormed the beaches yet, but Activision is already talking about the next full installment in the series. In a half-day analysts' presentation yesterday, Activision Publishing president and CEO Mike Griffith confirmed that franchise creator Infinity Ward would be returning to develop the next Call of Duty game, which he referred to as Call of Duty 6 and pegged as a 2009 release.

As for World at War, Griffith talked about Activision's efforts to monetize the franchise's online play. Specifically, he said that the Treyarch game would have three times the downloadable content as Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, and mentioned "Day One Advantage" premium content. Later in the presentation, the Day One Advantage was explained as "the ability to accelerate your experience points when you play online."

Griffith said that the publisher was looking hard at additional ways of expanding the game's business model, and noted there was "tremendous opportunity" to bring the series to new "theaters, game designs, and plotlines" in the future.

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