Between games, Infinity Ward’s global footprint has grown. They’ve been busy:
In addition to their main campus in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley, the studio expanded to Mexico, continued to grow in Poland, and even started up operations in Austin, Texas, over the past three years. Teams of professionals across three continents all working together, along with partner studios, are harnessing the collective creativity that players will soon experience later this year the release of Modern Warfare® II:
“Modern Warfare II is an incredibly ambitious title in terms of what we hope to deliver our fans. The fact that we have been able to develop this game in a hybrid environment throughout the pandemic speaks to the caliber of talent we have at the studio.” – Stephanie Snowden, Director of Communications.
As per Call of Duty tradition, there was a “secret” that we had a hard time keeping: the sequel to Infinity Ward’s 2019 release known as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II.
With this new game, the studio is ready to welcome you back into the world of Modern Warfare, where you’re part of the legendary Task Force 141. Members of the studio are ready to reveal this next era, and the excitement is growing:
For Joel Emslie, Studio Art Director, Modern Warfare II represents one of the most “ambitious, beautiful, bombastic, melt your face off game Infinity Ward has ever created.” In Joel’s opinion, the game “is this studio’s magnum opus and it’s the type of game I’ve been waiting to be a part of my entire career.”
“The team is positively thrilled to finally share what we've been working on here at Infinity Ward… we absolutely can’t wait for people to eventually jump in and PLAY Modern Warfare II!” – Candice Harris, Senior Producer.
Nobody can predict the future.
Whether it was the groundbreaking innovations from Modern Warfare and Warzone –
Or the debut of Create a Class and never-before-seen Multiplayer progression systems with Call of Duty® 4: Modern Warfare® –
Or the release of Custom Multiplayer Killstreaks and Special Ops in 2009’s Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® 2 –
Or even the introduction of Kill Confirmed and the legacy of the Call of Duty® XP event for Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® 3 –
Nobody could not have seen all of this – and more – be a vital part of Call of Duty and its success today.
But what we can promise is that Infinity Ward – and all of us here across Activision and its studios across the globe – are ready to deliver a new era for Call of Duty. And we cannot wait to give you all the details about it.
We look forward to providing you with more official information on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and the future of the franchise in the coming days, weeks and months.
But for now, and as always: