Infinity Ward's been staffing up, so our Xbox show discusses where they might take Call of Duty this year.
There is a time and place for everything in life, and it looks as though Rise of the Tomb Raider Director Brian Horton has sensed that it is now time to work on the Call of Duty franchise instead. Crystal Dynamics made use of its Tumblr...Show More Summary
Rise of the Tomb Raider developer Brian Horton has left Crystal Dynamics for a job as art director at Infinity Ward. News of his depature was announced on the official Rise of the Tomb Raider Tumblr. Yesterday’s announcement noted Horton was leaving to pursue a “new adventure” without going into further detail. As noted by […]
From Tomb Raider to Call of Duty: Brian Horton has joined Infinity Ward as studio art director.
Tomb Raider Senior Art Director and Rise of the Tomb Raider Game Director Brian Horton has left Crystal Dynamics, the developer announced via the official Tomb Raider Tumblr account Friday. "It’s been a huge honor to be a part of the Tomb Raider franchise and the team at Crystal Dynamics," shared Horton. Show More Summary
Respawn Entertainment is probably best known for two things: that they are the offspring of the original Infinity Ward team that made Call of Duty the billion dollar franchise that it is. And that they made Titanfall. They may be adding a third trait to their list now that they're working on a brand new third-person shooter. Show More Summary
It's quite a challenge to keep a formula feeling fresh after almost a decade of annual releases. For Activision's part, it has hoped to keep the Call of Duty franchise from stagnation by spreading its development across three developers, each with its own distinct vision for the future. Show More Summary
Call of Duty began its life as a shooter homage to the Greatest Generation, and then found renewed life when Infinity Ward pushed it into the modern era. Since then, though, the series has slowly moved away from gritty realism and dropped most of its focus on honoring military service. Show More Summary
Reno Levi is an artist who works at Call of Duty developers Infinity Ward. Read more...
"Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." takes things a galactic level, May's whereabouts are revealed and Grant Ward's Hydra extends its reach on Earth.
Yan Ostretsov is a visual designer at Call of Duty developers Infinity Ward. Prior to that, he was at id working on games like RAGE. Read more...
Before Destiny even came out, we were told, it was one of the biggest games in the industry. Documents that came to light as part of the bitter legal battle between Infinity Ward and Activision alluded to a ten-year long agreement to create a new shooter. Dots started to get [...]
Reload Studios CEO James Chung chats with Gamasutra about what the L.A.-based studio staffed by former Call of Duty devs has learned about making virtual reality FPS games that don't make people sick....
The Call of Duty machine continues to run like clockwork. Year after year, a new release, rotating between three studios, Sledgehammer, Treyarch and Infinity Ward. The series may not be setting the all-time sales records it used to a few years ago, but every year it’s a windfall for Activision [...]
While Infinity Ward helped define Call of Duty as we know it through the Modern Warfare series, Treyarch crafted its own story within the series. Call of Duty: Black Ops debuted five years ago, with Black Ops II hitting two years later. Show More Summary
The former lead designer will be heading up multiplayer development.
Todd Alderman, Infinity Ward’s former lead designer, has returned 5 years after leaving the studio behind. For those who don’t remember, Alderman was just one of 38 members who filed against Activision in early 2010 for unpaid bonuses while working on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. Show More Summary
Former Infinity Ward creative strategist and Robotoki founder talks about his new adventure.
Former Infinity Ward man Robort Bowling looks to secure new publisher. Robotic, the indie studio founded by former Call of Duty Creative Strategist Robert Bowling, has closed.Click here to read the full article
“I don't think I can ever go back to the old style of Call of Duty” I've heard some variation of that sentence at least once per week since the launch of Advanced Warfare, and if I was Treyarch or Infinity Ward, I'd be sweating right now. Show More Summary