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Activision Promises “Meaningful Innovation” In Next Call Of Duty

Published on February 10, 2012 by

This year’s entry in the long running Call of Duty series is promised to offer “meaningful innovation” according to Activision Publishing chief Eric Hirshberg.

Speaking at an investor call yesterday Hirshberg announced that the next Call of Duty title is well underway, hyping up the game by saying, “From what we’ve seen the game already looks fantastic and will bring meaningful innovation to the franchise. I could not be more excited.”

Will we really see a dramatic change for the next Call of Duty title?

He also spoke about the popular Call of Duty Elite, “Although we are pleased with where we are today, the objective of Elite is to make the total Call of Duty experience more fun and more engaging and we plan to launch additional features in the next 60 days.”

But that’s not all, he went on to talk about Elite 2.0 “We’re already hard at work on Elite 2.0 with several innovative features being developed to work hand in hand with our next Call of Duty release.” Hopefully this version will have a better opening with no problems at launch like the first did.

“We plan to keep our foot on the gas with Call of Duty Elite.” he finished. Well with the way the series keeps selling, I can’t see them running out of fuel any time soon.

 
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  1. Isn’t the next one suppose to be Black Ops 2? I am a big MW3 fan, but this last release didn’t have many new changes. It felt like new maps more than a new game. I hope the next one will be more than just the same old thing.

    Cool Site!

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