A user has sent us over images of unreleased, new camos within the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare files.

There’s no news yet on when the next set of micro items will be available. We’ll update if we find out more info.

SOURCE: @MaxWhittfield

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  • fatguy

    Purdy.

  • ConorGamingzHD

    Looks nice! 🙂

  • camstert2

    I like that last one

    • Timothy Brown

      Yup only one I’d get haha I miss rocking the unicorn guns

      • One of the only good things about Ghosts…

  • Guywithbrains

    May I have the last one please? It looks awesome.

  • This is the greatest flamboyant camo I’ve ever seen.

    • lel

      Girls play CoD too.

      • drjakeyoung

        Only a super small minority though.

        • brutedawg

          Only an incredibly large majority can word a reply as condescending as that.

          • drjakeyoung

            WTF? I am only stating a fact, if you don’t like it please kindly F OFF!

          • Xx_ThomesAnTennksweg_xX

            But its not even a fact. I know just as many girls that play cod as boys, they dont play as much but still play.
            http://www.lazygamer.net/xbox-360/a-quarter-of-all-call-of-duty-gamers-are-female/

          • CODGAMER

            When you think about how many lobbies people are in at one given time and the number that actually have girls in them its pretty small. Especially compared to guys. Doesn’t mean girls are worse or anything. Jake only said that a very small amount of girls play relative to the total number of girls. That is true

          • Xx_ThomesAnTennksweg_xX

            Did you even click the link, according to infinity ward 24% of cod gamers are girls, but then infinity ward did bullshit about alot of things

          • drjakeyoung

            24% is a small minority, when you compare it to 76%. People like you want to try and take offence to whatevery you can find. I never once said that just because they were a minority they can’t have certain things like in your earlier comments. I think you are just in a bad mood.

          • I doubt that’s accurate. So many people lie about their gender when it comes to that. Squeakers wanna act like they GamerGirls.

          • drjakeyoung

            Thanks

          • yeah…. its a sausage fest in there.

          • drjakeyoung

            At what point did i say they don’t play at all?

          • lel

            “Not as many kind of people play it than the other kind, so who cares about them?” Pretty much what I got out of that.

          • brutedawg

            he must be a real treat at parties.

          • w

            u on the other hand, what a party animal u must be

          • drjakeyoung

            At what point did i say that? How did i even imply that? Jesus, your such a drama queen.

          • lel

            Why would you even bring up they’re a small fucking minority in the first place? Humans are equal, still ignorant to even say it.

          • Stephen Sisco

            Lol calm down. He never even said anything offensive. And it’s not like they’re banning girls from doing anything anyway.

          • drjakeyoung

            You sir, are the one being ignorant. You are trying to supress a fact, in which i never even implied girls can’t have certain stuff. Second of all, you have started acting agressivly by swearing at me. Facts can’t be sexist or ignorant, but supressing them can. Now, kindly get off your high hoarse.

          • lel

            WHY EVEN BRING IT UP?!?! THERES NO REASON TOO. LOL, idiots man.

          • drjakeyoung

            Are you a retard? It’s called marketing. Due to the fact that the majority of people who play it are guys, more stylist girly camo’s are less likely to sell.

          • lel

            GREAT, NOW STFU ABOUT IT SINCE THERE WAS 0 FUCKING REASON TO BRING IT UP IN THIS PIECE OF SHIT DISCUSSION.

          • drjakeyoung

            Don’t start what you can’t finish. If you don’t want to have this argument, then don’t reply. I was merly making a point by replying with a fact to YOUR original post. You started it, and now you realise you’re in the wrong, you’re trying to mock me. Just sit back, and except that you’re in the wrong.

          • Kobrah

            He didn’t say men are superior. He just said more males play CoD then females

        • Cosima McInnes

          Ouch 🙁

          • drjakeyoung

            What?

        • Trizay

          I can’t tell if all the people replying to your comment are stupid or if they’re just looking for any reason to bitch and moan.

          • drjakeyoung

            To be honest, i think it’s a bit of both. There just ignorant,
            argumentative retards.

    • k5berry

      That’s some Austin Powers, 1960s-70s groovy shit.

      • Michael

        Austin powers and FASHA ? ? ?

        • RayPackFan723

          Whats FASHA? I’m sorry, I don’t speak freaky deeky Dutch.

          • Michael

            Lol haha ??

    • hondanuts

      Dia de los muertos, again? Maybe?

      • I think this looks better imo

        • hondanuts

          It’d be even better if the laser guns would shoot rainbows with this equipped. Lol

          • How about it shoots Lucky Charms marshmallows? That’s the amount of damage it does lol.

          • hondanuts

            Oh, I’m already shooting marshmallows out of my guns. I thought everybody was? Lol

          • kingdingaling

            Hilarious haha

    • common sense

      Selling things on disc for DLC should be CRIMINAL. It means they purposely withhold things from their customers. Why does the dumbass Keshav support these things?

      • Anonymous

        Tell us more about how putting stuff on the internet should be criminal.

    • i cant wait to put that on the MORS lol

  • TROLL TIDE

    The first one is the “diamond” camo now

  • Veternus – Youtube

    I can’t wait until TmarTn posts another SUPER EXCITING video about these.

    • Bleak5170

      Where he says, “I just wanna share something I found with you guys.”

    • Auptyk

      And then drops a link to his clickbait site.

  • Freeze

    ONLY 2.99

  • RdJokr

    Another fire camo? Didn’t we already have Magma? This kinda overlaps things.

    Then again, it’s not like Activision cares…

  • drjakeyoung

    Camo’s that were cut out of the game for micro DLC i should imagine

  • Guywithbrains

    Earlier comment section has been talking about game companies treating PC players badly. Now surprisingly GTA V PC version got delayed yet again.

    Sorry for offtopic but I just wanted to point out that PC players (mostly) pay money for their games and they don’t earn treating like this. Let’s hope Treyarch delivers with their Call of Duty PC version. Right?

    • SoulTaker

      I don’t want to bash on the console users, but they are pretty lucky to get the port they get the PC port isn’t totally bad other than the small population, lack of security, EM1 fire rate bug and broken supply drop challenges.

  • k5berry

    I can’t make out what that second one is supposed to be. Is that blue area water?

  • ScOott

    Last one looks nice … Not selling my house to pay for it tho

    • travis

      do you live in an out-house?

      • ScOott

        Nothing that posh … Just a shed

        • Spodermen

          k.

          • ScOott

            Spodermen y yew dis 2 mii 🙁

          • Spodermen

            k.

          • ScOott

            I miyt strut culling yew by Ur propa nme if u curry on petur parkor

          • Guest

            Yet you’re trying to give maturity tips. LMAO. I get it you’re a manchild not a mangina. Do you have comic books and star wars collectibles too? What grown man says, “cyber bullying”? A mangina, that’s who

          • Spodermen

            bb ples nao

  • Xx_ThomesAnTennksweg_xX

    Free with the $1000 personalisation pass

    • Name

      i actually think that will become a thing eventually

  • looking forward to the pink one lol

  • SoulTaker

    I kind of hate the camos to be honest. If you’ve worked with COD 4 or WAW mod tools you would know how easy it is to make a camo just get a dds image and pretty much change the materials name with the camos dds image name. Funny how Treyarch was the one to start the microtransactions, but at least there camos were good.

  • Smayo

    So they actually have you pay 2.99 for camo’s that are already on the disk/file… what happened with this series…

    • jooker-jr

      Well, maybe they added it with the recent update.

      • Smayo

        Yeah right, ofcourse I could be wrong and activision/shg could get in an philanthropic mood but I give myself 9/10 that you can get your CC out for this

        **edit** read too fast, it could be possible the data was included in the recent update, thought you ment they could give it for free in a future update

    • MichiganerE

      “What happened with this series”? More like, “What happened to the game industry?”. Nowadays, cancerous practices such as micro-transactions and on-disc dlc have completely flooded gaming and it’s sickening to see. Hard to believe that only ten years ago, micro-transactions and on-disc dlc would have been content included with the game that you bought.

      • SolidSnake

        They don’t purposely put less camo on the game than normal, they simply add more. Meaning they don’t say, “hey let’s put 10 camos instead of 20 to sale as DLC later.” They simply make 20, 10 to be included and 10 to save later as an example. It’s still shady business but it’s not putting less on disc to sell later. It’s putting more on disc to sell late.

        • MichiganerE

          Or, sell it with the game. We already pay for it; therefore, there shouldn’t be micro-transactions.

          • Smayo

            Or add it in but lock it behind new challenges, keeps your intrested in the game because you have something to play for, and likely you will be more reluctant to buy the paid map packs, we happy, activision happy, everybody happy…

          • MichiganerE

            Yes.

          • Guest

            So basically if they didn’t keep it on the disc a la Capcom but kept it on their end and patched later you’d be okay with it?

          • MichiganerE

            No. What I’m saying is that all these micro-transactions sold in the game should be regular in-game content like anything else.

  • TheDemonOfHate

    Just wait until they have to make you pay in order to see what next DLC will be.

  • Guest

    Here’s an idea. If you don’t like them, don’t buy them. Activision/Sledgehammer are COMPANIES TRYING TO MAKE MONEY. It’s not like they’re selling game breaking DLC. They’re selling cosmetic items that have no effect on gameplay whatsoever. People just love bitching about everything. Don’t like it? Don’t buy it. Fuck.

    • MichiganerE

      I don’t think you understand the problem with micro-transactions. We already bought the game, and the fact that you have to pay for micro-transactions to get the full experience that you were hoping for is bullshit. It’s okay to do that in F2P games considering that in F2P games, micro-transactions are the only way for that dev to earn money. But in a game that you already payed for? That’s, once again, complete bullshit. Back in the day, all these micro-transactions would have been content with the game. Nowadays, you have to pay for it to get the full experience.

      • Bmeowmix

        No, back in the days these micros wouldn’t be here at all. These were added after the game was released and isn’t too different from map packs. Also I’d hardly call lacking a few camps and class slots not having “the full experience”

        • MichiganerE

          But it is. If we were back in 2007, all these micro-transactions would be in-game content.

          • Bmeowmix

            No, they would have just been flat out not added ever

          • MichiganerE

            Which would be better then paying for it.

          • Kyle G

            No one is forcing you to pay for it. I can guarantee you don’t even care about this at all and you are just looking for reasons to bitch and complain.

            Does someone have a gun to your head and is threatening to pull the trigger if you don’t buy the camos? No? SHUT THE FUCK UP THEN. It’s a business. Businesses need to make money. Deal with it.

          • Smayo

            Activision loves sheep like you, keep sucking activisions ass, soon enough you will choke on their shit too

          • Kyle G

            I don’t even buy them. Lol, fail. Try again next time.

          • Smayo

            Doesn’t matter if you buy the DLC or not, it’s your mindset I’m talking about

          • Kyle G

            What? The mindset that businesses need to make money?

            Wow, you’re retarded.

          • MichiganerE

            It doesn’t matter if they’re optional. Micro-transactions are a cancerous shady practice within the game industry.

          • Kyle G

            I really don’t see how Micro-DLC is a “cancerous shady practice”. I think you’re just mad that you’re too poor to afford them.

          • MichiganerE

            Poor? Why would I be too poor to afford them? They shouldn’t exist. Is that a new excuse you fanboys use?

          • Kyle G

            Because you are complaining about something that costs $2.99. It doesn’t even effect gameplay at all. It’s just a weapon camo. To call that a “cancerous shady practice” just makes it seem like you’re just butthurt. Otherwise you wouldn’t be whining saying that you aren’t getting the “full experience” because sledgehammer games decided to release a handful of fucking weapon camos that you have to pay for.

          • MichiganerE

            Weapon camos that should be regular in-game content. Paying content instead of the unlocking it takes away the fun of earning it.

          • Bmeowmix

            Why? It’s not like it hurts the game in any way

          • Guest

            The optional and even inexpensive cost isn’t really the issue. It’s the idea companies squeeze extra money out for minimal effort. Right or wrong people seem to think Microtransaction DLC success comes at the detriment of gameplay or time focusing on issues. Michigan guy seems to believe that they are withholding things from the game to profit which doesn’t seem it either. It is optional but they could find a way to make extra money while helping consumers.

          • Bmeowmix

            Who cares if companies want more money? It doesn’t really hurt people so why care?

          • MichiganerE

            It does though. You already payed for the game, only to find that more content is locked behind a pay-wall. You know, content that should have been in the game from the start without the need to pay for it.

          • Bmeowmix

            But it really wasn’t not included just so they could charge you for it later. It wasn’t included because it wasn’t made yet. If that was the case they would have had the micros available for purchase right when the game came out. These were added in later to make some extra money

          • MichiganerE

            Yeah, to milk the game.

          • Bmeowmix

            Why does it matter if they want more money for optional items?

          • MichiganerE

            Because those items should be regular in-game items.

          • Bmeowmix

            Why? Do you just not like the option of spending money? Why would it be better to not have content rather than having additional, purchaseable content later? More is typically better regardless of whether not you plan on buying it.

          • MichiganerE

            No, micro-transactions are a waste of money. It’s content that should be unlockable in-game or should not be in the game at all. We already payed money for the game, so it’s bullshit. It also takes away the enjoyment of grinding to unlock content. Being able to buy it is basically “Pay-2-Cheat” for that fact that you can pay for content instead of earning it. It takes away the satisfaction of what makes multiplayer fun to play.

          • Bmeowmix

            “Pay-2-Cheat”? None of this affects the game. And if someone wants to spend money on a camp who cares.

            Also, I wouldn’t say not being able to unlock them takes much away from the game. Sure, I’d rather them be unlockable, but there is already so much to unlock in the game so its not like anyone is going to run out of things to do (especially with more prestiges on the way). If that’s your main point then I’ll agree once you unlock everything in the game.

          • MichiganerE

            There is a point when you unlock everything in the game. Once you do, what else is there to do?

          • Bmeowmix

            But that’s a lot of stuff. Every camo. Every call sign. Every attachment. Every varient. After that (if you even get that far) you definitely got the gameplay you deserved from the game. CoD gives you far more gameplay than most other games just getting to max prestige. Doing all of the challenges easily triples it. So if you run out of gameplay then you got more than enough out of the game.

          • MichiganerE

            It get’s boring without any new unlocks.

          • Bmeowmix

            But there are enough unlocks to not get bored for the life of the game

          • MichiganerE

            That is until everything is unlocked.

          • Bmeowmix

            Which will be about a month of in game play time

          • MichiganerE

            Which isn’t enough.

          • Bmeowmix

            By a month I mean 30 days worth of in-game play time. You’d be lucky to get anywhere close to that with any other game

          • MichiganerE

            It’s actually very easy. There’s plenty of other games that are just as addicting or oven more addicting than CoD. World of Warcraft and CS:GO are a few examples.

          • Bmeowmix

            I’m not saying there isn’t any others, I’m just saying there aren’t many

          • MichiganerE

            But there are, those are just a few I mentioned. There’s plenty of others.

          • Bmeowmix

            Not recently

          • MichiganerE

            Yes, recently. They’ll be even more in the future.

          • Bmeowmix

            Not really. Especially with even close to the unlocks in a CoD game

          • MichiganerE

            Sure.

      • GOOBER

        i AGREE COMPLETELY. I JUST BOUGHT A HOUSE AND NOW THE REALTORS REFUSE TO FURNISH IT, NO LIVING ROOM FURNITURE, NOTHING! AND THEY EXPECT ME TO PUT IN THE WALL TO WALL CARPETING TOO!!! UNF’NBELIEVABLE!

        • MichiganerE

          There’s a difference between furniture missing from in a house and missing content put behind a pay-wall in a game that you bought. Right now, the game industry is in a fucked up place with a majority of games out now being flooded with micro-transactions and on-disc dlc. Back in 2007 for example, micro-transactions and on-disc dlc didn’t exist. Why? Because it was content that shipped with the game. Micro-transactions and on-disc dlc, once in-game content, now locked behind a pay wall; thus, the only way to unlock is by paying. This is cancer and shouldn’t be supported by any means.

          • Guest

            Yet you at the very least by the base game. You’re not really hurting them not buying the microtransactions if you’re still buying the base game every single year and have COD on your mind 24/7. You’re just like a female complaining about her boyfriend every morning even though you’re going back to him EVERY time. All those things you speak of may be true but you’re simply just complaining but still buying the games. Your anger and internet rage has zero effect on sales or outlook of COD into the future. Maybe go to Activision headquarters with some petition signs, that’ would be a little more useful then empty threats on a shitty charlie intel site.

          • MichiganerE

            I may buy a CoD game, but it still doesn’t get my money for micro-transactions, and this goes out to any other game. Besides, it’s not like I don’t like the series. Sure, I’m not that much of a fan anymore, but I still like the franchise. Sure, my ranting may not impact CoD, but the game community as a whole does. Just look at the sales of the most recent installments of the franchise, it’s quickly dying out. Also, that’s not a threat at all.

          • Guest

            You don’t think the good faith that Treyarch has and their track record of games and innovation won’t help spike sales? You don’t think all the money they may season passes, DLC and microtransactions you are rallying against isn’t extra revenue to supplement the declining sales you speak of? I wouldn’t dare defend microtransaction but your distaste of what Activision does or the things that piss you off in AW doesn’t have a direct effect on the sales. I doubt the decline they have signals fast death considering have games across 5 different platforms AND a admittedly gross amount of micro dlc.

          • MichiganerE

            Look at sales of BO2, then look at sales of Ghosts, then look at sales of AW. CoD is dying.

          • Guest

            Again I’ve stated Season Passes, DLC and the Microtransactions would have to make up for some of the lost sales. I’ve also stated that Treyarch is seen as the best dev and they have a good track record so when they release their game in the Fall 2015 I’d imagine sales would spike. Even with declining sales that doesn’t mean the series is dead anyway. COD is still the most successful release of any game not named Grand Theft Auto and has been that way 5-6 years straight. There is more to profit then looking at a game selling less copies than the previous when said game is still making more than it’s competitors make. Partnerships with E-Sports, streaming sites,gamingsites like this, Youtube stooges like Tmartn and Ali-A, and the micotransactions you speak of can all make up for whatever sales they lost between BO2 and AW…Again [email protected] hype train is going to spike sales too.

          • MichiganerE

            But micro-transactions are bad. It should be regular in-game content. It may be more successful than any game that isn’t GTA, but it is dying more and more each year. Also, nice Tmartn and Ali-A disses.

          • Guest

            Well I mean if we’re just being vague then of course. Yes COD is dying but do we know how much more time is left? Is it 3 years, 5, 10? That’s no different than just saying an aging athlete you don’t like isn’t as good as he or she once was. I never said micro transactions were good, but them being morally right or wrong nor your enjoyment of AW has anything to do with the actual success of the game. Again [email protected] will spike sales you’d have to believe. So even if it’s slowly dying Treyarch and hope of next COD geing better keeps it coasting….Honestly the only really bad micro DLC that is rage inducing and sets a far worse example is extra create a class and armory for sale. THAT is what’s really over the top. That or reskins for killstreaks stick out to me as just a taste of the micro dlc to come. Camos are the least of your worries.

          • MichiganerE

            All micro-transactions should be regular in-game content.

      • Stephen Sisco

        I honestly think all DLC should come as a free update. Mobile games do that all the time. You pay for the app, you get all the updates for free. The fact that you have to pay for the third mode in this game (zombies) is bullshit. We’re already paying $60 for the game. That’s a lot of money. At the very least, map packs should be a lot less expensive. I mean all they do is throw all the maps they didn’t use in the disc version in a downloadable file and call it a pack of ‘all new maps’. They’re just such money whores. Next, we’re gonna have to start paying for weapon balancing and other patches.

        • Rav

          if you think they were just going to spend the time, effort, and money to create a new game mode because the fans asked and just give it out for free…
          youre delusional
          no offense

          • Stephen Sisco

            They’re not giving it out for free. They’re giving it to us for the $60 that we paid for the game. I don’t think this game is worth $60 to be honest, definitely not worth the $120 it ends up costing with all the DLC.

        • MichiganerE

          I agree with you completely. If GTA: Online can release free updates as DLCs, then CoD can as well. When it comes down to Exo-zombies, I just license-transferred with a friend to get the Havoc DLC for free. I think that’s a good way to say “fuck you” to SHG and Activision for making us pay to unlock a game-mode. I also plan to license-transfer for every other DLC for AW. Yes, the DLCs are way too overpriced. Watch, in CoD 2015, the way to prestige is by paying $15.00. But of course, the fanboys would defend that shit by using the bullshit excuse of “Don’t like it, don’t buy it!”.

          • Guest

            Doesn’t take a “fanboy” to disagree with the over the top stupid shit you say. Yeah you’re really sticking it to them when you buy the game every single year and are online to discuss the game every day too. Activision is money hungry like most terrible companies(looking at you EA) but being a bitter ass “COD Hateboy” isn’t very productive. At least the fanboys enjoy the game. You are just into being abused if you play and discuss a game you hate so much. STFU

          • MichiganerE

            I’m not being over the top when everything I’ve said is completely true. Besides, I don’t hate CoD. I just hate the shady practices that the most recent games have been doing. Also, you wanna know why fanboys don’t complain? Because they’re blinded by corporate dick.

      • RdJokr

        So publishers aren’t allowed to make some extra cash now? Game development is getting more and more expensive, yet most AAA games are still sold at $60 (not including DLC). They have to make up for it somehow, or they’d be dead broke.

        Of course, this is talking about micro transactions in general. For COD, well, it is a bit more expensive than other games, I’ll give you that.

        • MichiganerE

          Oh! You wanna know how developers can make money and NOT go broke just off of just sales? I know, by NOT pissing off the consumer! Just look at Capcom, they tried to bullshit the consumer with micro-transactions and on-disc DLC, and now, they’re broke. Besides, micro-transactions isn’t helping CoD by any means. No matter what developers try to do, CoD will just keep declining in sales every single year like it has been since BO2. You wanna why? Because people of sick of the franchise considering a new one comes out every single year. But you wanna know how a developer can stay afloat? By making the right business moves! Just look at Rockstar and the GTA series. You wanna know how they keep the franchise successful? By waiting a certain amount of time for people to start going to withdraw of the series, and after 4-6 years, release a brand new game. But as long as CoD stays annual, then you can say goodbye to the series’ existence for good!

          • RdJokr

            People keep using the “annual” excuse to say that’s why COD is declining in sales, but is that really the case? Assassin’s Creed is an annual series too (and recently, they’ve been pushing 2-3 games per year); don’t see anyone talking about their sales declining (though that might start to kick in with this year’s game after the disastrous launch of Unity). And let’s not forget all the annual sports game like FIFA and PES…

            And you’re still not getting my point here. I’ll make an easy example so maybe you can understand: 5 years ago, with $10, I can buy 15kg of rice. But as the economy changes, the price of rice increases, and nowadays, with $10, I can only buy 10kg, and I have to pay extra to get the other 5kg.

            Game development is no different: it gets more and more expensive each year, and both developers and publishers have to make sure that whatever goes in the base game should be enough, while the game can still retain the $60 price tag. The value of a dollar changes every second, so the $60 you spent in 2007 is not the same as the $60 you spend in 2015. So your expectation of getting every game content just because “you already paid for it” is, frankly, unfeasible.

          • MichiganerE

            All annual franchises are or will die out.

            It doesn’t matter if the dollar always changes, micro-transactions in games that you already bought are unacceptable.

          • RdJokr

            OK, then I guess you wouldn’t mind if they increase the retail price of a game to $100 in a few more years then. As long as you get everything.

          • MichiganerE

            If they increase to price to $100, then developers can say goodbye to sales.

          • RdJokr

            It was an example. As I have mentioned before, game development is not getting any cheaper. So either you spend more than $60 for a base game and get more content at launch, or you get micro transactions. Stop being a cheapskate and try to get it in your head how the economy works.

          • MichiganerE

            I’m not being a cheapskate, you’re being a corporate fanboy.

          • RdJokr

            I’m a corporate fanboy because I can see why it’s reasonable to have micro transactions? No, it means I have a better understanding of how the economy works than you. All you want is to get every game content for $60, whether it’s 2007 or 2015. And that, my friend, is economically impossible.

            If it matters so much to you, try moving to Russia and buy games there. It’s much cheaper than the US, I’ll tell you that. $60 can get you a COD game and its season pass.

          • MichiganerE

            You are a corporate fanboy for the fact that you’re accepting micro-transactions. You already bought the game, and you’re okay with Activision double-dipping? It doesn’t if the value of the dollar changes, you’re still paying $60.00.

          • RdJokr

            Clearly nothing I said is getting through your head. This isn’t about supporting business practices or whatever, this is about understanding the economical reasons for the existence of micro transactions. It’s not some crazy evil scheme, it’s just because of the way the economy works.

          • MichiganerE

            It is evil. This is all content that should be in the game from launch. Activision has plenty of money already.

          • RdJokr

            Money that goes into funding the devs to develop future games, and advertising the game, and giving to shareholders. You’d be insane to think Activision keeps every single dollar they make from selling the games.

            You know what? I can’t keep arguing with you. It’s clear that as long as you don’t understand this from an economical perspective, everything I say will be meaningless to you, and you’ll just keep whining about how your precious $60 should have gotten you every single game content. That may have been right in 2007, but not anymore.

            Don’t even bother coming up with a reply, unless you have something to say other than “Activision is evil” or “microtransactions shouldn’t exist” or “I want everything for $60”. I’m done.

          • MichiganerE

            Money goes into the development of games? From the lack of quality in the last few CoDs, it sure doesn’t seem like it. Yes, money is used for advertisement… to hype you all up for the next CoD, trick you into buying it, only to be disappointed in the end. Oh yes, let’s forget about how much of that money goes into DLC so that they milk the hell out of the game and see how much money they can get from the consumer.

            Okay then, tell me this. Would you rather pay $2.99 for a camo, or earn it through gameplay? Micro-transactions have taken away the challenge and satisfaction of earning a reward. But hey, let’s be cheap and pay instead! Right? What if in CoD 2015, you could grind to achieve that prestige level you want, or you could be cheap and pay to unlock it? What would you say then? Don’t be surprised if this happens, because it could. Would you still use the excuse of “Don’t like, don’t buy it!”? In fact, let’s take it a step further. If people keep buying micro-transactions, there could be a time you’d have to pay be able to rank up. That’s possible as well. What would you say say the? “Don’t pay, don’t play!”? But hey, there’s nothing wrong with these practices at all, right? Activision just needs money, right? They’re not evil at all, right? I’m completely wrong, right?

          • RdJokr

            You make it sound like there’s no camo for you to use in-game, and you have to pay to unlock every single one of them.

            Believe it or not, but most of the money used in developing COD goes into the singleplayer part. You know, the part that has a story that usually lasts about 6-8 hours. That ranges from hiring actors and writers, to using mocap studios, as well as graphical effects. Does the final product come out as high-quality? That’s debatable. Was the process cheap? Hell no.

            For now, microtransactions are limited to camos, and the occasional voice packs. Of course, there’s the extra class slots, but they’re nothing that big of a deal. Ranking up and prestiging, on the other hand, are fundamental parts of the gameplay. They’d have to be insane to charge you for that. I am certain that Activision doesn’t want to be called “the next EA”. But when that happens, the community will voice their opinions. Because everyone agrees that paying to prestige and rank up would be the dumbest thing to do.

            But you’re not getting the bigger picture here. Micro transactions, and DLCs as a whole, exist because of how the gaming industry works within the economy. Activision is just going along with the flow. Are they wrong for trying to stay on top of the industry and make the most amount of money, just as any business would? They have to do what they can to stay afloat, or they go bankrupt like THQ did.

          • Kyle G

            Pst. Hey, you. I think he’s just mad because he can’t afford them.

            Btw, THQ was an amazing company. MX vs ATV Unleashed and Untamed were two of the most fun games I have ever played.

          • MichiganerE

            Even if that’s not how it is, I would still like to see every camo unlocked through gameplay. Paying for certain camos instead of unlocking takes away the fun and satisfaction of grinding in-game.

            You make it sound as if barely any effort goes into MP. You know, the most “important” part of the game.

            Don’t be surprised if that becomes something that you can or have to purchase. Activsion knows that they’d get away with it.

            Let’s not forget that Capcom went overboard with micro-transactions and on-disc DLCs. Look at where they are now.

          • SolidSnake

            The one thing I will agree with is this idea that COD is dying is laughable mostly because of the reasoning. People take their bitterness and opinions a literal too serious in the grand scheme of things. Just because they don’t like SBMM or MicroDLC or they don’t enjoy the games like that did in MW2 they act as if that is proof the series is dying. They buy the game EVERY year yet think them not enjoying it(aka only playing 6 days instead of 15 days) somehow signals a decline. So although I think the micro dlc system doesn’t instill confidence in fans regardless of if it makes system business sense, I don’t agree with people who just like to be negative pretending their opinion about the game proves the series is declining. Especially since most have faith that Treyarch will be saviors which has always helped COD. The idea that, “this next game will be better than the last, so let me buy it.”

          • SolidSnake

            Exactly. I agree, it’s nice they want to make extra cash even though that isn’t really helping us which is why people complain. It may not hurt us either but that’s not the point. A way they could make money AND help consumers would be to charge maybe $5 a month or for every three months to rent servers on console. That way their greedy hands makes money, customers get the dedicated servers they want and everyone is happy. Although then people would just complain it’s not fair to those that can’t afford even something so inexpensive.

          • MichiganerE

            I agree. It’s not like Activision can say they don’t have the money to support dedicated servers considering CoD is a multi-billion dollar franchise. In fact, CoD 4 and WaW have dedicated servers on PC and had them before CoD was worth a billion. Even EA games have Dedis.

    • Tdizzle

      Yeah ur arguing with people over the Internet, that is dumb as shit

  • Guest

    People already bitching about potential DLC that hasn’t even been announced. Jesus Christ. If you don’t like the cosmetic items that have no effect on gameplay, then shut the fuck up and don’t buy them.

    • Michael

      Chill brah it’s just a pub ??

    • Guest

      I’d get your point more if you didn’t sound like you were personally hurt by it. Do you have stakes in Activision or something? Simply saying “if you don’t like, don’t buy and let your wallet speak” would get your point across. You are more irate that people are complaining about it than the complainers are. How bout you STFU and since we are using extremes, if you don’t like what people are saying don’t read it you angry grandpa you.

      • Guest

        Maybe it’s just me but I get tired of people complaining about the same shit over and over. It’s annoying to be honest. Sorry I cannot see what people are saying before I read it.. Show me the way?

    • Juses

      Ded sum1 sey Juses Crust?

      • fuk off u stuped fegt setens is betr

    • LiZaRD_sQuAD hAcKEd mE

      Amen

    • Freeze

      It that they shouldve stayed in the game if they had been in the code. The issue is games like cod & evolve ext who REMOVE content for later dlc.

  • Stefan Lang

    Waiting on the TmarTn vid. “Guys, today I have something super exciting and super cool to show you! Let’s get into it! :D”

  • Diego Diniz

    I’m not “SUPER EXCITED” (by TmarTn) with these Camos. I want HONEY BADGER back on Advanced Warfare and GOOD MAPS on next DLCs…

    • Baldmanz_RAGE

      It wouldn’t play the same in AW as it does in Ghosts. But I know what you mean!

  • LiZaRD_sQuAD hAcKEd mE

    The Second one ain’t to bad.

  • lol, possible future camos that will be available for DLC.

  • LiZaRD_sQuAD hAcKEd mE

    The Last One’s Pretty Mean.

    • Kyle G

      Why Do You Type Like This?

  • Cameron

    the last one to me looks like cells of some sort or some ring shaped items.

  • Anthony

    These camos look like turds. I think all the developers forgot how to make good camos. I haven’t liked any of the camos since Modern Warfare 3.

    • Juses

      Lol. Bo2 camos were way better than the mw3 ones.

      • Anthony

        I disagree

        • Juses

          Because you have a bad taste for camos

          • SolidSnake

            Hv a tase of deez nutts She-us and stfu

          • Anthony

            Not really, but k

          • FazalGaming

            wuy uz u spikong god grumar

        • What, you blind? Black ops 2 micro DLC camos were SO worth getting. Out of all the cods so far, Black ops 2 camos have had the most sweg 😉

          • Anthony

            How am I blind? Because I don’t like the same camos as you? Sorry, but the camos weren’t that great to me.

  • Guest

    #AWtradesystem. Spread the hashtag.

    • Spodermen

      so what would happen if i made a fake account and gave my main acount my good weapons for bad stuff

      • Juses

        Yew wuld b fagit.

        • -_- just no.

          • ScOott

            R yew un Ur man periud Noah ? Yew bein a bit mean 🙁

          • Sorry man. I don’t know what’s with me I guess. I’ll try to be kinder to others, it’s just that I’m tired of all the immature “you’re a faggot.” Anyhow, thanks for letting me know your opinion 🙂

          • Juses

            I said fagit. Not “faggot”, there’s a big difference.

          • ScOott

            U can’t take juses n who ever else saying it seriously when they say it as they really are just messing around .. I call juses and Spodermen both fagits but I’m following both of them .. It might be considerd immature but it’s not ment to annoy any one … Not that I’m telling u what to do or having a go at u … As a commenter ur cool n I always read what u put when I see ur name … went to follow u a while ago but ur set to private

          • Guest

            Maturity? YOU’RE A GROWN MAN IN COMMENT SECTION ABOUT A VIDEOGAME. Get some friends or register an acct on Xvids, that’s where I upload vids of your wife.

      • Axel Noir

        You would have to trade a certain amount of items depending on its value to get the item you want. For example, you would need to trade around 4 enlisted items to get one elite or gear drop.

    • I disapprove your ugly profile picture (or Avatar for those Disqus OCD people). I mean seriously, who uses a pictures of their head wearing beats looking in some random direction? Also, it really isn’t that safe to use a picture of yourself. You sir, seem to know little to nothing about the internet 😉

      • Axel Noir

        Then can I have a picture of your girlfriend because I need something to fap to. Oh I forgot. You don’t have one because you are a shallow virgin.

        • First of all, I do have a girlfriend. Second of all, why the hell would you fap to her? You seem to be a very defensive kid that needs to learn to grow up. Have a good day, kid.

    • Random

      No. I don’t want every randomer messaging me after every game asking to trade this and that for some elite weapon. Leave it as it is. The ability to earn Elites I agree with as long as the challenges are difficult and there are other requirements (for instance so many kills with the base weapon, or reaching a certain prestige level).

  • Bmeowmix

    Is it just me or does the third one look like the now icon for diamond?

  • Yay! More DLC! Tottaly fixes the broken game!

    • Lets just put it this way, Activision prioritizes profits over gameplay and that’s just how it is. We live in a sad world, and hopefully Treyarch will do something to lighten us up from our misery.

      • Guywithbrains

        Treyarch is no different from other studios. It is under Activision’s command so I wouldn’t put my hopes too high after flop (IMO) called Black Ops 2 multiplayer.

        • Juses

          Flop? One of the best selling cods? A flop? You just don’t like it because you’re bad at it. 100k still plays the game after 2 and a half years, and you call that a flop.

          • Guywithbrains

            Flop in my opinion, in my eyes. Surely other “pros” like it because it caters to these “pros”. Meanwhile over 50% of the community which means below average players enjoy more games that are playable (not getting spawn trapped and dominated by “pro” parties.

          • Guest

            Nice exaggeration. BO2 was made with rushing in mind more than “pros”. The pacing of the game was fast, but the game did reward objective play as well as slaying. It wasn’t some game that can only yield success to the hardcore, MLG types. Stop trying to make it like you need to be a HOF COD player on BO2 just because you may not be very good at it. Accept that you just aren’t that good instead pretending the people that are play “pro.” Also the sentence, “flop in my eyes” is the type of self absorbed delusion and entitled feelings too many COD players have. Because you sucked and didn’t have Support or Deathstreaks from MW3 to coddle you that means the game wasn’t a huge financial success? You bad players never accept being bad huh, it’s always the better players “try too hard” or are “pros.”

    • SolidSnake

      That you’re still playing faithfully!

      • Haha, no. Still playing black ops 1 & 2 and checking up on this wreck.

    • PatPatPat

      Let me ask you something…how long has your game been “broken”

      • AW is halfassed and is even more moneywhore desperate than Ghosts.
        Not to mention SBMM and the crappy exploitable maps. I literally haven’t touched the multiplayer in a whole month. After I got my campaign fix i’m only here for zombies, something they got right.

        It’s been broken since the first week of its release, and I literally get 0 fun from the multiplayer.

  • Ryumoau

    That pink colored camo looks awesome but i’m not a huge fan of on-disk dlc, which this kinda sounds like.

  • Kyle G

    Insert “if we don’t get these for free, they are a bunch of moneywhores!” comments.

  • Kyle G

    “I payed 60$ for the game, I should be getting the camos for free!”

    “I bought a car, I should be getting free gas and car parts!”

    “I bought/rent a house, I shouldn’t have to pay bills or buy my own food!”

    People who think like this will probably end up living off of their parents or the government for the majority of their lives.

    • Guest

      These analogies are pretty damn stupid….Your point is fair, these are optional but your analogies made my brain hurt. It’s more like:

      “I bought a car, I should get racing stripes and cool license plate covers”

      “I bought/rent a house, I shouldn’t have to buy paper plates”

      All the analogies you made are for things you need. You’re trying to compare optional things to necessities. Also way to assume someone that doesn’t think it’s okay for companies to nickle and dime extra(be it optional or not) things via pay wall DLC is on welfare or living at home. I guess people who oppose Amazon raising Prime’s cost per year must do meth. STFU. You can tell people things are simply optional without dumb ass analogies. Of course if you buy a car you don’t expect free gas. Not only is that a necessity but something the place you got the car doesn’t even sell anyway.

  • Primey_

    They are ugly imo

  • J4MES

    Oh well; summat for the kids I suppose..

  • BradyAlucard[sillibk]

    2nd and 3rd look good

  • FazalGaming

    So where I live season pass is around £40 but anyone else think there will be a super season pass for £60 which has the map packs & the micro DLC?

    • Smayo

      Word on the streets is, it’s coming soon, all map packs and micro DLC plus a giant dildo which you have to shove up your arse to get the true activision experience, all that for just 99,95 (vaseline not included)

  • CookieChairman

    This one looks almost demonic. Reminds me of H.R.Giger’s designs and the old wall textures from Doom.

  • Anyone know where we are in the CoD cycle..? March next week and I think it’s fair to say this game failed more than Ghosts. Weapon Camo’s still aren’t fixed.