Devs Leaving Respawn Entertainment For Call of Duty, Will It Help the Franchise?

Several former Infinity Ward employees at Respawn are making their way back to their original studio to work on the upcoming Call Of Duty. The Call of Duty 2019 that will arrive next year.

If you guys don’t know, Titanfall 2 developers known as Respawn was found by former Infinity Ward developers which are now heading back to their original studio to work on the next Call Of Duty 2019 after Black Ops 4 which was revealed recently with a new battle royale mode.

This was revealed on Reddit which shows up to 8 developers who have changed their social profiles including their previous and current job which is at Infinity Ward. The list includes designer Geoffrey Smith, senior game designer John Mundy, and art lead Joel Emslie.

Before joining Respawn, Geoffrey Smith was a designer at Infinity Ward and Mark Grigsby who also was an art lead before becoming an art director at Respawn.

Former Infinity Ward bosses Jason West and Vince Zampella founded Respawn after being fired by Activision in 2010 for breaches of contract and insubordination.

This original team was behind Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and Modern Warfare 2 which has been rumored to be remastered recently. Which is good news for Modern Warfare fans as we might get Modern Warfare 4 or some other game, possibilities are endless.

The big question here is will the return of these developers help improve Call of Duty? Respawn Entertainment devs are responsible for some of the best Call of Duty games as well as a strong Titnafall 2 experience. There involvement will definitely help make things better.

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