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Activision's army of Call of Duty developers grew one stronger today. Neversoft, the team responsible for most of the Tony Hawk games, is now entrenched in Call of Duty development. To what capacity – whether the team is starting a new project or is assisting Treyarc with Black Ops II – remains to be seen. Activision now has Infinity Ward, Treyarc, Sledgehammer Games, Raven Software, and Neversoft all prepped for or in active development of new Call of Duty games.
I asked my Twitter followers what they thought of Neversoft switching gears to take on this franchise, and also kept an eye on an #Neversoft feed to see what the Internet at large was thinking. Here's just a small slice of the most interesting and amusing responses:
What do you think of Neversoft working on Call of Duty? Share your opinions in the comments section below.
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I think Call of Duty should die with next gen to let in new innovation that other people actually play and look at. I am not talking battlefield 4 etc etc. Just something new. This whole thing with Neversoft is like "wut" to me. I feel like their just beating a dead horse.. still.
I imagined this being much worse then it is
Just think all those companies could be doing new games that are not CoD IP connected.
Time for Bernie to retire? I'm thinking so...
pixel metal wins
also this is just so ridiculously stupid....why not use all the friggin money theyve made to create a new ip....just put "from the studio that brought you cod" and people will do backflips for it...instead they just keep dragging this dead body around and activision keep trying to defib it with more and more people (dev studios. put it in the ground already
Hrm, maybe the new Bungie "Destiny" game is a new CoD too!!! Yeah, no. Activision, take it from a gamer, and stop. Just stop. This is enough with the Call of Duty, and you are going to keep going with this until you have single-handedly killed off every game dev. I care about.