The original creators of the Activision saga are already hiring for an unknown development.
It’s always hard to guess where the usual annual franchises are going to point their future plans. The development of multiple games at the same time and tight release dates are the bread and butter of Activision, which has its greatest exponent in Call of Duty. And if the 2019 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare was great to us, it seems we have good news about it.
Infinity Ward has triggered rumours about a possible sequel to Modern Warfare, after denying the existence of the third remastered game a few months ago. Those responsible for the title (and original creators of the saga) have announced the creation of a new development studio in Austin, Texas, expanding with the aim of shaping a future project.
Infinity Ward is expanding. Excited to announce the creation of @InfinityWard Austin.
This new development team based in Austin, TX, joins our teams in LA, Poland and Mexico. We're hiring for all positions (https://t.co/WZ0Z1DHKCw). More info to come.
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) October 7, 2021
This team will join existing ones in Los Angeles, Mexico and Poland, and Infinity Ward is already hiring profiles for all available positions. This leads us to believe that the work resulting from this new study will take a while to arrive since it has yet to take shape and be effectively integrated into the family of experts in combat shooters.
As we get excited about a new sequel to Modern Warfare, the instalment right around the corner is Call of Duty: Vanguard. The Sledgehammer Games title bets on a photorealistic world and a remarkable technological leap, in addition to having a certain historical rigour in its portrayal of World War II. It will arrive on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S on November 5.