Another year, another Call of Duty .
Not like anyone is really complaining, right? Publisher Activision has confirmed that the expected new CoD installment will launch this holiday (via GameSpot ) and yes, it's coming from Infinity Ward.
They delivered the record-breaking Modern Warfare sub-titles but we haven't heard from them since Call of Duty: Ghosts back in 2013 (which was actually considered by many to be a step back) In 2014, relative newcomer Sledgehammer Games produced the very successful Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare . As for IW's new effort, Activision would only say it's "innovative" though they didn't unveil any specifics at this point. We expect to learn more soon.
Treyarch gave us last year's blockbuster Call of Duty: Black Ops III ; this new three-team approach lets the franchise enjoy a three-year development cycle for each entry, and that's a big bonus. Anyone have any idea what Infinity Ward will do this time around? Don't they have some ground to make up after Ghosts ?