Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III’s campaign was reportedly created in 16 months under crisis conditions.


    Update, 11:28 a.m. ET:

    To follow a Bloomberg Yesterday’s report claimed that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III, which launched today, originally started as an expansion for last year’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, before becoming the full game (a 16-month With a turnaround to boot), developer Sledgehammer Games continues a Describe his X account. Apparently implicitly denying the report. A quote from the statement says,

    We are proud to be the team behind Modern Warfare III. We have worked hard to realize this vision that has been years in the making. Anything to the contrary is simply not true – this is our game and we can’t wait to play it online with you all.

    You can read the full statement in the embedded post below.

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    Original story, 8:19 a.m. ET:

    Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III is finally out for everyone, and while many are excited about the first-person shooter’s multiplayer gameplay, most notably every map from 2009’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. Included, the campaign has not been well received by critics and fans so far. A new one Bloomberg Reports sheds some light on the tough conditions and quick turnaround developer Sledgehammer Games worked to get the latest Call of Duty out the door, which may explain the campaign glitches.

    Bloomberg reports that for the first few months of the game’s development, it was codenamed Jupiter and had a small-scale spinoff-like story set in Mexico. It was designed in such a way that it could be changed faster than previous modern warfare campaigns. This is after another report. Bloomberg, That said, Call of Duty will skip 2023 and instead release an expansion or sequel to last year’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II.

    The report states that the Sledgehammer games were developed as an expansion to Modern Warfare II, but eventually turned into a full game. Publisher Activision Blizzard, which is now owned by Xbox after its $69 billion acquisition, denied this when asked about it. Bloomberg, instead stating that Modern Warfare III was always envisioned as a “premium game”. Former and current Call of Duty developers Bloomberg Spoke to was told it was an extension.

    It’s a mid-development reboot to take a small-scale spinoff-like story set in Mexico and turn it into a traditional globetrotting Call of Duty campaign featuring Vladimir Makarov, the villain in 2011’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. were According to the publication, the shortest development time for a new game in the series in years. Bloomberg writes that some Sledgehammer Games staff had to work nights and weekends to finish the game on a 16-month development cycle, roughly half the time normally allotted for a new Call of Duty. happens.

    Bloomberg reports that prior to Modern Warfare III, Sledgehammer Games developed a game in the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare universe codenamed Anvil that launched in 2014, but was quickly shelved in favor of the game available today. Also, since it was developing a game set in Infinity Ward’s Modern Warfare universe, Sledgehammer Games reportedly became frustrated with Infinity Ward executives for running their plans and content, who Bloomberg The reports led to “inefficiencies in waiting for feedback and making significant and sometimes unwanted changes based on instructions from the top.”

    Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III is out now on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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    [Source: Bloomberg]

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