It appears like David Vonderhaar, design and style director at studio Treyarch, could be stepping away from its Contact of Duty series. In a series of now-deleted tweets posted on his Twitter account more than the evening, Vonderhaar appears to indicate that his time with the series could be completed, at least for the time becoming.
As spotted (and recorded) on ResetEra by user JigglesBunny, Vonderhaar seems to say in the tweets – most of which are now unavailable to view – that he has been asked to move away from Contact of Duty on a day-to-day basis, although at instances the messages are a small cryptic so their meanings are not particular.
1 tweet, according to the ResetEra post, study, “I was asked by a person I respect to disconnect my day to day with the Contact of Duty planet I was apart of. I respect that. It tends to make sense. Ahead of I go… Superior luck to all the Contact of Duty Globe League Esports heroes.”
His other tweets reportedly study, “let’s be clear about anything. @fwiz @hastr0 @OpTicH3CZ and a lot of much more. None of this exists with these pioneers beating up my inbox. What ever story you heard is most likely correct but not the truth. Superior shit, guys. Be proud appropriate now. It is a straight-up honour to you know all.”
Starve the ego feed the soul.
Goodnight, and thanks for all the fish.
— Vahn (@DavidVonderhaar) August 19, 2019
“We have come a extended way. I cannot assist myself in this precise second. I just do not care what it expense any longer. We did a point collectively. It sucked. It was amazing. Pat oneself on the back. Thank you. So a great deal entertaining to be had.”
1 tweet, which is nevertheless reside at the time of writing, reads “starve the ego feed the soul. Goodnight, and thanks for all the fish.”
It is not clear from these posts who reportedly asked him to “disconnect” from the “Call of Duty world” he participates in, or no matter whether it is confirmed that he will be stepping away from the series or Treyarch. We’ve reached out to Activision for comment and will update this story with any new data.