Much has already been made about Sledgehammer Games' Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and how it will change everything you know about Call of Duty.
Well..obviously? Does it mean it will happen? Probably not because its call of duty.
Not like you guys would use the hardware to it's full potential anyway
I can't speak for Sledgehammer personally, but if Infinity Ward's performance was any indication of Call of Duty utilizing next-gen hardware proficiently, then I remain skeptical.
Infinity Ward should be lined up and shot by a firing squad for that abomination they released at PS4's launch.
@XtraTrstrL I can't speak for the PS4 version except for the displeasure that I've heard from here and friends, but the X1 version was insulting. I'm not a resolution stickler, but there was no way it should have looked like it did and only have been 720p. Plus the frame drops. Uggh.
To be fair, Infinity ward has been in shambles since after mw2.
Well, Infinity Ward and Treyarch most certainly wouldn't.
"We always want more gaming horsepower. Makes it easier to copy and paste our old engine"
The only reason they want better hardware is so they can be lazy qnd adapt their shifty ass engine to it and not have to create a new one.
Of course you do COD devs, not because you wanna use to make the game look or run better, you just have to optimize it less the more powerful the hardware is. Less effort + exact same result == ??.... PROFIT
I keep hoping they will get some really good competition so maybe they will rethink they way this game is made. Perhaps we all will be happier with Advanced Warfare.
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