Sledgehammer Games studio head Glen Schofield says “these things don’t come with instruction manuals”.
Sledgehammer Games studio head and chief creative officer Glen Schofield has his hands full with Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare these days, especially since the FPS will be the first true PS4/Xbox One title in the franchise (with the previous gen versions under development at High Moon Studios). But would he say that it’s coming close to pushing the power of both current gen consoles?
GamingBolt asked Schofield about the same. “In our game? No I wouldn’t. Based on the fact that this is my seventh console transition I would say that we’re barely…no we’re not pushing it yet. It’s going to take another two years before we understand.
“Remember these things don’t come with instruction manuals, so right now we’re just trying to get as much done as we can, trying to learn more, trying to get the game done. But yeah give the engineers another two years and you’re going to see some great s**t man.”
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will be out November 4th for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4 and PC. Are you looking forward to it? Let us know in the comments.