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Author Topic: Jason West and Vincent Zampella's new call of duty
Morphisnb
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Posted: Tuesday, Apr. 13, 2010 06:12 pm
4 More leave IW today, that makes 10 respawns

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Call of Duty creators and Modern Warfare developer Infinity Ward shrinks again today, as more key talent behind the billion first-person shooter franchise jumps ship. Sources close to the studio tell Kotaku of four new departures from the troubled developer. A pair of Modern Warfare 2's lead designers, Steve Fukuda and Zied Reike, are said to have left the Encino-based Infinity Ward today. Fukuda joined the studio in January 2002, according to his LinkedIn profile, after leaving 2015, Inc., the developer of Medal of Honor: Allied Assault and former home of Infinity Ward founders Jason West and Vince Zampella. Rieke had also been with Infinity Ward since the formation of the studio. Both Fukuda and Rieke were listed in the Writers Guild of America award nomination for Modern Warfare 2's story, a group that also includes former IW staffers Todd Alderman, Mackey McCandlish and Jason West. According to those same sources, programmer Rayme Vinson and lead artist Chris Cherubini have also left the studio. When reached via e-mail, Cherubini confirmed to Kotaku that he had resigned today. Yesterday, we learned that more longtime Infinity Ward employees left the developer, the same day that former studio heads Jason West and Vince Zampella announced their new venture Respawn Entertainment. Activision claims that West and Zampella were delaying pre-production on Modern Warfare 3 seem like the least of the franchise's problems right now.

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SparkyMcSparks
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Posted: Tuesday, Apr. 13, 2010 07:42 pm
I'm surprised more OGs haven't left IW, unless they're waiting for royalties on the map pack(s) to come in.
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UnclePhil
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Posted: Tuesday, Apr. 13, 2010 08:15 pm
Spot on Sparky ;-) the fat greedy gits!
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DemonSeed
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Posted: Tuesday, Apr. 13, 2010 11:40 pm
FAFFER writes...
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http://uk.gamespot.com/news/6257328.html?tag=latestheadlines%3Btitle%3B1

"Soon, Microsoft's Xbox 360 exclusivity on the map pack will expire, as Activision said today that the PlayStation 3 version of the Stimulus Package will be available in North America on May 4, with the Australian and European rollout taking place a day later. PC gamers the world over will be able to pick up the map pack on May 4, as well. Notably, a free multiplayer weekend for Modern Warfare 2 on the PC will be available through Steam beginning April 8.

Available for $15, the Stimulus Package includes three all-new maps: "

seems to state the price for both platforms....a bit hazy tho i will admit. [biggrin]


No, the $15 price tag is for the 360. When 402 announced the date for the PC package, no price was given:

http://twitter.com/fourzerotwo/status/11844185362
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Raven21633
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Posted: Wednesday, Apr. 14, 2010 02:41 am
I think I'll reserve judgment on the "who screwed who" question until I actually see what these two do with their first title under the new banner.

If they have total creative control and the PC community is still screwed, then I have no interest in anything they publish what-so-ever.

If they come up with a good game that has full (and REAL) dedi-box support (not just lame pay-per-slot server support that EA slapped us with) then they will definitely have my support.

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