“To be very clear, we’re making the precise recreation we wish to make.”
Earlier this week, a brand new interview with former Sledgehammer Video games co-founder Michael Condrey was launched during which the developer talked about how Activision had supposedly pushed Infinity Ward to make Name of Obligation: Trendy Warfare darker than previous video games. “That stated, MW looks like a troublesome problem for any studio, particularly if they’re being pushed by publishing to be extra controversial and ‘darker’ for the sake of headlines,” Condrey acknowledged within the interview. Now, it appears as if Infinity Ward is immediately pushing again on this notion.
In a brand new tweet that went out earlier right now, Infinity Ward acknowledged that it’s not being pushed by anybody to make Name of Obligation: Trendy Warfare something aside from what they need it to be. “To be very clear, we’re making the precise recreation we wish to make, and we are able to’t wait till October 25th,” the tweet from Infinity Ward stated.
It was a bit shocking to see Infinity Ward reply so on to this story that has been making the rounds over the previous day or so. Normally, you don’t see face-forward corporations make responses like this in such a public method, particularly to a speaking level stemming from Condrey that I don’t imagine was all that damaging to the corporate or Trendy Warfare. Regardless, I suppose Infinity Ward simply wished to make it identified that Activision hasn’t pushed them to make Trendy Warfare darker by any means and that each one improvement selections have seemingly been their very own.
And should you’re questioning simply what all of this discuss is about Name of Obligation: Trendy Warfare being darker than up to now, make sure you take a look at our preview of the sport from E3. That ought to assist shed some extra mild on what you need to anticipate from this 12 months’s entry.
Name of Obligation: Trendy Warfare is ready to reach on October 25 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
To be very clear, we’re making the precise recreation we wish to make, and we are able to’t wait till October 25th.
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) June 26, 2019