Sledgehammer was Working on a Third-Person CoD GameBy Alex Co | September 2, 2011 | News | 1 comment | Share
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, chances are you know that Infinity Ward has been in collaboration woth Sledgehammer Games in developing Modern Warfare 3. Sledgehammer was formed to be another Call of Duty studio but it wasn’t going to be another FPS.
In a recent interview by GameSpot, Sledgehammer bosses Michael Condrey and Glen Schofield admitted that the studio was working on a third-person action adventure CoD game that was cooking for about six months
Condrey added, “We had about six to eight months on that and put a prototype together that was pretty compelling and it looked really good. [Then] we had the opportunity to work on the biggest thing in the industry with a developer in Infinity Ward that has demonstrated that they know how to do exceptional software. It was an opportunity we couldn’t miss.”
Hopefully, Sledgehammer can get back on track with their third-person CoD game once Modern Warfare 3′s released.
Do you care how Call of Duty would look like as a third-person action-adventure game? It could be a good combination of MGS, Splinter Cell and Ghost Recon all rolled into one, no?