Sledgehammer Games Studio Heads Have Left Call of Duty Behind

The general manager and co-founder of Sledgehammer Games, Glen Schofield as well as the Studio Head of Sledgehammer Games Michael Condrey have left the studio. This news has been made official by Activision that Sledgehammer Games Studio Heads who are known for Call Of Duty WW2 have left the Studio but not Activision.

These two studio heads are moving on, making Call of Duty WW2 their last project at the studio.

The pair of these two has become known as quite a remarkable combination in the video game industry over the last decade. With  Dead Space that released ten years ago these two really made a name for themselves. Things really stepped up when Condrey and Schofield decided to create their own studio, Sledgehammer Games. These two have been working together ever since and really took the all favorite Call Of Duty franchise to different heights.

They will not be leaving Activision altogether as both have now a new set of executive duties at the company. Right now the exact details about their new tasks are unknown but Schofield had said that he is really looking forward to “exploring new game ideas”.

Now coming to Call Of Duty WW2’s future, Aaron Halon has already been named the new head of Sledgehammer. Considering that many are confident that this is a fairly natural promotion and that Aaron Halon will take the Call Of Duty at a good pace.

While Aaron Halon has over 20 years of industry experience and has been a key player in the Sledgehammer studio and has also been the part of Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3, Call of Duty Advanced Warfare and Call of Duty WWII as well sometimes changes do not lead in a good direction if the heads are changed.

This is just a mere speculation we really hope that it all works out fine and will love to see what these now former Sledgehammer Games Studio Heads will be doing in the future as well as what Aaron Halon will be doing to the Call Of Duty franchise.

Talking about the how huge franchise is getting, the Italian film and television director will be making the Call Of Duty movie and he has shown interest in casting Tom Hardy and Chris Pine. So do check that out.

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Source: Kotaku