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Neversoft working on Call of Duty title for Activision

by William Schwartz on June 14, 2012


Neversoft, the development studio behind the Guitar Hero and Tony Hawk games, is now working on the Call of Duty franchise. The company has begun advertising on their website, where they are looking for developers to join their team supporting the Call of Duty franchise.

“That’s what we do,” reads the statement on Neversoft’s website. “We have molded our team into a crack squad of eager developers ready to push the First Person Action genre in support of Activision’s Call of Duty franchise.”

Activision is certainly putting their studios to work on the Call of Duty franchise. Infinity Ward, Treyarch, Sledgehammer, Raven, and you can now add Neversoft to the list of studios contributing to the franchise. With new hardware like the PlayStation Vita and Wii U requiring even more man-power to push out Call of Duty releases, it comes as no surprise that Activision is expanding the teams involved with the franchise.

Though many are starting to draw the parallels between Neversoft’s other titles like Guitar Hero and Tony Hawk to Call of Duty, and Activision’s saturation of the franchise.

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  • Stephen

    stop……plz……..just plz

  • Brevs

    People were not saying that back when there were multiple Tony Hawks and Guitar Heros being released in a few years. But since its CoD, its a big deal. smh.

    • That guy

      uhh, yes they were? both those series died in the same way. they released them more and more and more often until people just got bored of them.

  • AIRFREAK

    Both Tony Hawk and Guitar Hero were ran into the ground by this type is release schedule. RIP cod.

  • Allen

    Hey the picture up top looks like they are trying to copy Battlefield.

    • Brevs

      Lol that picture is older than battlefield 3’s picture.

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