What The New Call of Duty Gaming Engine May Allow and What we Want To See

Skewed and Reviewed have posted an opinion piece about the new Call of Duty engine and what it may hold for fans of the series. Among the ideas is greater use of vehicles, more interactive enviornments, and more customization features.

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Crazyglues1483d ago (Edited 1483d ago )

Why didn't they just embed the video with this article -

It's pretty impressive, I think they have been working on this engine for a long time, it will be interesting to see what it looks like in-game

Does make me think this is only possible on nex gen.. unless it scales down really well. -I guess we shall see.

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DoomeDx1483d ago

They never said this is an engine they are gonna use in the next CoD..

JeffGUNZ1483d ago (Edited 1483d ago )

I think common sense leads us down that road. The most important thing for Activision is the launch of next gen is a COD that will blow us away, like COD4MW did this gen.

theEx1Le1483d ago

But isn't that going to be history repeating itself. An epic launch of a new engine and feature rich CoD will just lead to them not changing anything, re-skinning it and releasing it every year. You know, essentially what they do now.

JeffGUNZ1483d ago

It's too early to tell. Perhaps with this beefed up specs, the new engine can be improved better then what was able to be done with the previous. Either or, we only can wait and see.

clintagious6501483d ago

Would love to see this franchise take a vacation and see a new IP instead. How bout that?

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Garethvk1483d ago

Activision would not say much, I asked my rep and all he said was the video is from the tech side and do to NDAs and such there is no word as to if it is in the next game or one after that. With a new game due this fall as well as new consoles, you can bet that if they do not have it for this game, it will be in the 2014 release.

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