Activision Weekly Wrap-Up for October 11

What were the biggest Activision Games Blog stories of the week? A look into Modern Warfare®’s Special Ops, detailed PC Specs, Call of Duty®: Mobile tips, and Activision Calling Card Gifts to gamers.

by David Hodgson on October 11, 2019

Welcome to the weekly wrap-up, where we gather the biggest Activision Game Blog stories of the last five days:

Activision: To celebrate Activision’s 40th Anniversary, we made some retro Calling Cards, coming to a Call of Duty® near you! Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled fans can adorn their karts with stickers, too! Here’s how to obtain them!

Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare®: It was a big week for new gameplay revelations, as we featured all the intel you need on the reimagined world of Special Ops! We also announced complete PC specifications for the game. Also check out all the Campaign-related insights at the Campaign Landing Page.

Call of Duty®: Mobile: Before you even step foot onto the mobile battle ground, it’s worth learning more about the Classes of Battle Royale, and all the control options at your disposal, to customize your handheld gaming experience. In addition, check out all the Call of Duty: Mobile-related content at the Mobile Landing Page.

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

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