Next Call of Duty Developed by Sledgehammer Games Releasing This Year

Each studio will now have three years for development.

Posted By | On 07th, Feb. 2014 Under News


Sledgehammer Games is finally getting in on the Call of Duty development cycle, as the recent Activision fourth quarter financial report has revealed that the studio will be developing this year’s edition as well as cycling the franchise regularly with Infinity Ward and Treyarch. Each studio will have three years for developing each new edition, which should be good news for those who have complained about the declining level of quality.

Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick actually indicated to investors in a conference call after the report that Call of Duty 2014 would be “one of if not the best” Call of Duty game ever made. It was also revealed that the franchise was on top for the fifth year in a row in North America.

Call of Duty: Ghosts was also the number one best selling game in North America and Europe for the fourth quarter, along with being the best selling next gen title.

What are your thoughts on Sledgehammer’s first Call of Duty? Let us know below.

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  • Craig

    Personally thought ghosts was absolute trash

  • Psionicinversion

    Ghosts was absolutely rubbish id give it a 5/10 if that.

    The New call of duty…. same rubbish engine, rubbish graphics lighting etc, plot ripped off from another film, uninspiring gameplay 9.5/10 best selling game ever

  • Ryan

    I guess we all don’t have to worry about buying the 2014 COD, because with Sledgehammer making it, it’s going to be garbage. Sledgehammer studies is the reason that MW3 was garbage.


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