How the leavings at Infinity Ward will affect Activision and the Call of Duty franchise "Well honestly I'm kind of worried about the status of Infinity Ward. I mean the developers that have left are the founders, and people that have been around since 2002. I mean they know the series, have made it what it is today, and their games in series have been the most popular. I mean that's up to you to decide what games in the series are better, Treyarch's or Infinity Ward but from review scores and comments from gamers, everything's going Infinity Ward's way."

Read Full Story >>
The story is too old to be commented.
reintype3167d ago (Edited 3167d ago )


I think "departures" would be a better word to use.

Unless he's using the word to mean leftovers, scraps, residue etc. But that would be wrong in context of the sentence.

KeenanTheSavage3166d ago

And that's the word I needed when I was thinking about the title. thanks bro

darkequitus3167d ago

Of course Activision will say the IW house can still stand tall without its foundation

kratos1233167d ago

i think activision will lose a lot of market share after this there soo desperate at this moment the yearly guitar hero and call of duty is getting out of hand they have a year or two before they they change back to normall publishers its really hard to hang in there with the big dog publishers like nintendo sony ea M$ and ubisoft all these company try something new now and then but activision is just releasing rhe same game over and over again