Activision Weekly Wrap-Up for June 28

Tips on a Black Ops 4 Specialist. Information on Black Ops 4 Contracts and Medals. Tactics on proper Power-up use in Crash™ Team Racing Nitro-Fueled. An in-depth interview about the Tech of Modern Warfare®, and a celebration of Armed Forces Day.

by David Hodgson on June 28, 2019

Here’s your weekly wrap-up for June 28, 2019: These are the biggest game-related Activision stories appearing on the Games Blog of the last seven days:

For those wanting to put a fire under the enemy team in your next Call of Duty®: Black Ops 4 Multiplayer game, we decided to shed some light on the Specialist FirebreakBlack Ops 4 also introduced Contracts; a new in-game system that delivers challenges and rewards to your Black Ops 4 experience. There’s also a short article on Medals; the extra Merits you can secure for Blackout valor.

For those seeking a deep dive into the tech behind Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare®, we have a long-form interview and overview with the Principal Rendering Engineer and Studio Head of Infinity Ward Poland, Michal Drobot.

For those Crash™ Team Racing Nitro-Fueled Bandicoots seeking some tips on power-up planning, we’ve a primer that reveals exactly what’s in those boxes: Using power-ups properly can be vitally important to your racing victories; check out the advice to help you out!

Finally, with Armed Forces Day this Saturday June 29 in the United Kingdom, we celebrate the men and women in uniform, and spoke to one of the veterans helped by the Call of Duty Endowment, as well as showcasing a short film detailing the valuable and transferable skills ex-service personnel have.

Thanks for playing along with us. See you next week!

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