Call of Duty community manager Tina Palacios has revealed that Infinity Ward had decided it wasn't going to develop another game in the Modern Warfare series once development of Modern Warfare 3 was wrapped up. The development team thought they needed a fresh start after the mass exodus suffered by the developer back in 2010. "After Modern … Continue reading Infinity Ward Says There Was No Way They Were Going To Do Modern Warfare 4
Infinity Ward executive producer Mark Rubin feels that games are now becoming harder to make and also more expensive to make as developers aim to produce AAA games which demand a much higher budget. Rubin says that consumers now want better graphics, they want more realistic looking art assets, and that all ultimately comes at a cost. … Continue reading Call Of Duty Developer Says “Games Are Becoming Harder And More Expensive To Make”
Call of Duty Ghosts executive producer Mark Rubin has told EGDE that he thinks that making a brand new game, rather than creating a new Call of Duty game, would simply be an easy way out for the company. Rubin then went on to say that to change a Call of Duty game every year is … Continue reading Infinity Ward Says Making A New Game Rather Than COD “Would Be The Easy Way Out”
Call of Duty: Ghosts has been teased as coming to the Wii U, according to Infinity Ward's executive producer Mark Rubin. However, the title is still yet to be officially confirmed by publishers Activision, who are still making neither heads nor tails of the decision. Earlier in May, we heard wind that Activision may reveal … Continue reading Call Of Duty: Ghosts Teased For Wii U
An Infinity Ward engineer's resume seems to hint that the next edition of the immensely popular Modern Warfare series will be heading to both next generation and current generation platforms. Alongside the currently available consoles there's an intriguing "TBA" for other unannounced platforms. It seems reasonably likely that we will be seeing the game on … Continue reading Modern Warfare 4 Heading To Next Gen?
Robert Bowling, who previously worked at Infinity Ward on the Modern Warfare series, has finally decided the time is right to show off his new game. Bowling's latest project is titled Human Element, and the story appears to be based around survival. Human Element is in development for next generation consoles, PC, mobile and tablets. … Continue reading Robert Bowling Announces His New Game Human Element
Respawn Entertainment, the development team that comprises of ex Infinity Ward employees, has announced that they won't be showing off their new IP at next months E3 event in Los Angeles. Respawn Entertainment employees will attend this year's E3, but they won't be revealing the title that they've been working on until a later date. "Some … Continue reading Ex Infinity Ward Devs New Game Won’t Be At E3
Analysts at Macquarie Equities have stated that sales of the incredibly popular Call of Duty series are beginning to slow down while analysts over at Macquarie Equities say that Modern Warfare 3 volume sales are behind by around 4.2 percent. It seems casual gamers are instead finding entertainment elsewhere. Analysts at PiperJaffray believe that the Call of Duty fan … Continue reading Call Of Duty Sales Slow Right Down, Modern Warfare 3 Down Year Over Year
Activision and Infinity Ward have released the official Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 launch trailer. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 arrives November 8th, which is the same day as the game launches on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Robert Bowling, Infinity Wards Creative Strategist, believes that Wii owners can have an 'awesome Call of Duty experience on Wii'. Infinity Ward are busy creating Modern Warfare 3 for Xbox 360, PC and PlayStation 3 whilst Treyarch is porting the game across to Wii. Anyone excited for Modern Warfare 3 on Wii? "The Wii has grown so much as a platform. … Continue reading Nintendo Wii: Infinity Ward Say ‘You Can Have An Awesome Call Of Duty Experience On Wii’