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May 9, 2019

Former Infinity Ward employee teases Modern Warfare 4 with Ghost

This year will mark the 10 year anniversary of a generation-defining title: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. It’s been 8 years since the whole trilogy came to a close but it looks like the story may continue in 2019 with a Modern Warfare 4 if teases are to be believed.

While an official reveal is undoubtedly imminent given Activision has stated they’ll reveal Call of Duty 2019 by June 30th (but likely before given E3 is mid-June), trusted sources are eagerly teasing the new entry in the acclaimed FPS series. Infinity Ward’s community manager during the Modern Warfare trilogy, Robert Bowling, took to Twitter in the wee hours of the night to post some very ominous [...]

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January 7, 2019

Rockstar Games and Infinity Ward have begun developing next-gen games

It has been five years since the Xbox One and PS4 released, we’ve had a smattering of generation and medium defining titles and while it feels like these consoles are still young, developers are already moving on.

While games will be released for Xbox One and PS4 for several years to come, some of the biggest developers and publishers are seeking talent to help them undertake their next projects on new consoles. While no one specifically mentioned the next Xbox or PlayStation, the term “next-gen” was mentioned.

Rockstar Games is already underway with their next game following the massive success of Red Dead Redemption 2 and is hiring to “create next-generation worlds [...]

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