AM General sues Activision for Humvees in Call of Duty

Call of Duty WWII Review- Going Back to Your Roots

Call of Duty WWII Review- Going Back to Your Roots

Per the lawsuit, AM General added that Call of Duty's success has come "only at the expense of AM General and consumers who are deceived into believing that AM General licenses the games".

On PlayStation®4, Call of Duty: WWII set a record as the best-selling digital full game by units sold on its first day of availability. Given the negativity that surrounded that game's announcement, it's no surprise that the publisher chose to change things up, but what is surprising was how quickly they reacted and, from a Newsweek interview with CEO Eric Hirshberg, how they actually saw the need to do so ahead of time.

Reuters reports that AM General LLC, the people behind Humvee, is suing Activision over the appearance of the military vehicle being featured in Call of Duty. However, it is impressive that it almost matched those numbers considering Black Ops 3's sales include numbers from this generation and last generation, whereas COD WW2 is only available on nearly half the platforms.

European Union raises growth forecast for eurozone to decade high
For the next two years, the Commission forecasts decrease in employment growth to 0.4% and 0.3% due to limited labour supply. The EC has forecast growth of 1.6 percent for Greece this year, with rates of 2.5 percent expected in both 2018 and 2019.

Activision announced today that Call of Duty: WWII generated over $500 million in worldwide sales in its first three days of release (or "opening weekend", as the publisher puts it). The income generated eclipsed that of the combined theatrical openings of Thor: Ragnarok and Wonder Woman.

The launch of Call of Duty: WWII has been very positive and it looks like Sledgehammer made the right call in deciding to go back to the roots of the series.

Activision was aware of a growing sentiment among the Call of Duty community to take the series back to its roots, and it convinced Call of Duty: WW2 developer Sledgehammer Games to be the one do it.

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