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Submitted by donniebaseball 1412d ago | news

Activision Still Interested in Sledgehammer's Action/Adventure Call of Duty

Call of Duty is unquestionably Activision's top franchise, setting entertainment sales records for two years in a row. While the franchise is sitting atop the shooter throne, there's still a good chance that Activision may broaden the scope of Call of Duty. The previously discussed action/adventure Call of Duty title from new studio Sledgehammer hasn't been forgotten. (Activision, Industry, Sledgehammer Games)

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