Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – Separate Studio Working on Xbox 360/PS3 Ports

Sledgehammer Games will be working on the PS4, Xbox One and PC versions.

Posted By | On 03rd, May. 2014 Under News


When Activision stated that the next Call of Duty, which was revealed to be Sledgehammer Games’ Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, would be developed with “next gen consoles” in mind, it wasn’t kidding. It has been announced that Sledgehammer Games will be working on the PC, Xbox One and PS4 versions of Advanced Warfare while a different studio to be revealed later is handling the Xbox 360 and PS3 ports of the title.

This is in line with previous reports that despite targeting next gen, this year’s Call of Duty will still release on the Xbox 360 and PS3. Regardless, it’s not a bad approach – Respawn Entertainment took the same road when releasing Titanfall, as it worked on the Xbox One and PC versions while Bluepoint Games ported the game to Xbox 360. Keep in mind that Infinity Ward worked on all platforms for Call of Duty: Ghosts.

Time will tell what difference this makes to the quality of visuals for the PS4, Xbox One and PC versions though. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is out on November 4th worldwide.


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  • incendy

    They are really going all out in coping Titanfall :D. Just kidding, I do think that is the best approach. PS3 and X360 are so different than the PC, PS4, X1 architectures, makes sense to focus on X86 and then have someone else port it over.

  • I hope more studios do this if they continue to make games for last gen consoles.

    • Hebert the Pervert

      Most of them games the developer chooses to do 30fps because they can put more effects and detail in the games. Would Infamous Second Son have the best particles ever in a game in 60fps. Doubt it.

      Developers can easily make every game 1080P and 60fps but choose not to to make the game with more detail. Anything other then FPS needs 60fps anyway. A locked 30fps is just as good if you play on 60hz TV which most do.

      A lot of people do not realize that what kind of TV and brand makes a huge difference when gaming. I got a Phillips 47inch LCD with a Perfect Pixel HD engine in it and I have yet to see a newer TV trounce it. It makes every Pixel sharp and detailed. My friend bought a new LED expensive TV and my TV which is 7 years old trounces all over it. He is so mad.

    • I think you should change your name… 😛

  • Noe Torres-silva

    Playing online should be more realistic for example moving objects, vehicles, ppl, etc. the concept of getting new maps is still the same it doesn’t make a difference with other maps. Ur paying 4 the same thing.


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