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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is said to be under production at eleven of Activision’s development facilities, according to Call of Duty leakers. The game is expected to be released in 2019. A number of these studios, like Treyarch, are longtime Call of Duty veterans, but fans are concerned about what this means. To the dismay of fans of Activison’s other games, the company has a long history of tying many of its studios to the Call of Duty series. Singularity’s Raven Software and Toys for Bob’s Skylander and Crash Bandicoot’s Toys for Bob went from Singularity to Call of Duty. It makes sense for a publisher to employ as many people as possible when they have a property as popular as Call of Duty.

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Infinity Ward Austin, TX; Infinity Ward Poland; Infinity Ward LA; Beenox; Activision; Raven Software; Sledgehammer Games; and Treyarch are among the 11 studios listed by leaker RalphsValve on Twitter as working on Modern Warfare 2’s creation. However, the leaker noted that this does not suggest that work is stumbling, despite some gamers’ fears. Activision, they claim, views this game as a “once-in-a-generation” release, and as a result, it has enlisted the help of every studio it can find to work on it. Activision expects this to be a tremendous success, and according to the leakers, it is.

YouTube leaker Tom Henderson confirmed the claims in a video.

Despite the large number of people working on the game, extra studios providing development assistance is nothing new in the series. Sledgehammer Games, High Moon Studios, Beenox, Raven Software, and High Moon Studios all contributed to the Modern Warfare 2019 remake. However, 11 studios does seem to be a record. However, Microsoft’s acquisition of Blizzard Entertainment, which includes Activision Blizzard, will not imply that the next three Call of Duty games will only be available on Xbox systems, as Microsoft has stated in the past. For a brand like this, which is utilising all of the publishing company’s resources, it would make no sense to take the game off PS5.

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