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Will The CoD Franchise Ever Be The Same Again!?


As expected, two more key developer’s of the Call of Duty franchise has left the studio, following the earlier departure of Infinity Ward bosses Vince Zampella and Jason West over allegations of “breaches of contract and insubordination”.

Kotaku is reporting that lead software engineer Francesco Gigliotti and Todd Alderman, a lead designer and one of the key personnel involved in Modern Warfare’s multiplayer and story line has both left the studio this week, a month after the two key figures of the studio was sacked by Activision. According to the game site:

The circumstances under which Alderman and Gigliotti left the studio are unclear, though a source close to the studio suggests they both resigned.

In my opinion Mw2’s story was horrible and short. But they claim that the multiplayer is where it’s at. It feels just like the last two COD games. They haven’t changed anything, oh maybe titles and emblems, but does anyone care? BFBC 2 has destructible levels, MAG has 256 player modes. While neither of those two games aren’t perfect, at least they are trying something new for multiplayer. I feel cheated by this game and I hope Activision loses this franchise forever.

So what does this mean for The Call Of Duty Franchise? I would like you guys to say something about this. What do you think will happen to the Cod Franchise?

Source [Kotaku]