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  • Call of Duty: WWII Could Have Been Advanced Warfare 2

    May 2nd, 2017GamespotUncategorized

    Sledgehammer Games has been developing Call of Duty games for a while and Sledgehammer Games founders Glen Schofield and Michael Condrey revealed to VentureBeat that the studio puts it to a vote on what the studio will work on next. 

    There were many people at the studio that had preferred to work on a sequel on Advanced Warfare, instead of the recently announced Call of Duty: World War II

    "At Sledgehammer Games, we believe that developers have to have passion for what they’re doing," said Condrey. "You want them to be invested in the vision and the game itself to get the best out of them."

    Schofield added, "Every game we’ve done of Call of Duty for Activision, we’ve taken it to a team vote. You don’t always get a majority the first time, so you talk through the issues and the opportunities, and you address each.

    "We were really proud of that game. And [we had to ask ourselves]: Did we want to do a sequel, or did we want to return to the roots of the franchise? And we wanted that to be a studio decision."

    Condrey added that if he and Schofield agree on the idea it can have an influence on the rest of the team.

    Call of Duty: World War II launches for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC on November 3.

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