MP1st - A new job listing suggests that Treyarch has next-gen tools, and is looking for potential employees with next-gen experience. Sledgehammer, on the other hand, is looking for mod community experience.
It's funny, they prefer candidates with mod experience even though latest CoD games don't have mod tools.
activision should let us create our own maps oh wait never mind they'll probably ban us for creating maps better than theirs
I think it's fairly safe to assume that most developers, especially the big ones, are currently working on next-gen offerings...
I'm still hoping they use the same engine in the next gen.. .then we can guarantee that CoD is dead in next gen
You'd love that wouldn't you? It would give you an actual reason to hate COD.
Ugh. Who cares. The graphics are fine. If you guys don't like it, don't buy it.. I really don't see why all the people hating on this game invest so much time. Everyone knows Activision is a Glutton to be reckoned with, and I'm sure everyone'll be more than surprised if they add any major innovation. So let's stop the obnoxious bs. Everyone already knows.
I nearly disagreed there till read the end part bubble voted.
It's the truth, CoD is hurting this industry bad... It's making developers lazier and lazier and making the games very easy, and is contributing, to the lack of new tech and innovations, by just recyling the same thing all over again and the customer buying without noticing it.
What incentive is there to buy any COD game when there is a new game released each year?
What incentive is there for you guys to care about how other people spend money that belongs to THEM?!?
You miss the point nt about how you spend your money... More to do with like gunblazing09 stated devs get lazy publishers get greedy. Some may say can you blame them if people buy same thing everytime but i say yes cos its pulling us back not forword.
Exactly hiredhelp! That's why i think COD is holding the industry back and hurting all the other developers/Publishers by wanting to make COD copys to sell.
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