Activision's Hirshberg on Next-Gen COD

Activision’s Call of Duty franchise has topped $8 billion in global sales and remains one of the most successful game franchises of all time. With Infinity Ward revealing some of the multiplayer capabilities for Call of Duty Ghosts today in Los Angeles, we caught up with Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg to discuss the challenges of raising the bar in the crowded shooter genre and explain what next gen will bring to Call of Duty in this exclusive interview.

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jagiii1890d ago

COD Ghosts multiplayer really pushes this franchise forward, love the dog in combat.

HammadTheBeast1890d ago

Not really. We've had dogs before. We've had kill streaks before. We've had dynamic maps before (barrels eloding, Black Ops 1 bridges).

This was a major disappointment to me, I'd hoped they'd finally make something new with a new Gen.

Master-H1890d ago

I was skeptical of Ghosts but after i have seen the reveal i might consider getting it after i try it ( gonna let my CoD fanboy friend bite the bullet and buy it first as always lOl), then if it holds up ,i don't know if i'm getting the ps3 or ps4 version though.

Pandamobile1890d ago

Honestly, when I was watching the reveal trailer, I couldn't shake the feeling that I was looking at an Asian free2play FPS game and not a next-gen COD game.

For the amount of money Activision throws at COD every year, you'd think that we'd see some real improvements and innovations in terms of game design and visuals. Instead, it's just MW3 with a bit of a makeover :\

koolaid2511890d ago

a few things that you can count on is death, taxes and call of duty selling lol.