Call of Duty is betting big on artificial intelligence. Will it pay off?

Graffiti. Call of Duty is subject to change, and may actually continue this time.

You can map the evolution of first-person shooter games almost over the past 1.5 decades with our annual Call of Duty releases. There was an era when everyone was passionate about modern military shooters, followed a few years later when our boots rose off the ground and started running against the wall or jet-setting. When hero shooters hit hard, Treyarch responds with unique Black Ops 3 characters and ultimatums. That was a little fun, but then, reset the clock and Activision thought, hey, maybe WWII could be fun again. Not so.

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