Even though there is no substantial evidence to ascertain that Modern Warfare 4 is the next Call Of Duty title, still there are some recent hints which directly points towards the actual possibility to it.
As of now at least five of the ex-developers at the Infinity Ward have rejoined the studio. According to the LinkedIn profiles of five former developers at the Infinity Ward have returned to the studio and are on to developing a new title.
Many community members and gaming experts believe that possibly Infinity Ward is planning to bring along the Modern Warfare part 4 as all the five rejoining developers have previously worked on the Modern Warfare series.
Five developers who have rejoined the Infinity Warfare includes Geoff Smith who has been the Multiplayer Design Director for the past series, Zied Riek (founder of Infinity Warfare), Marks Grigsby who was the Animation Director, Alex Roycewicz who is the leading game designer and Joel Emslie, the art director for the Modern Warfare.
Although Mark Grigsby had previously worked for two editions of Modern Warfare series, still Zied Rieke who is currently at the designation of gameplay director is the only developer amongst others who have worked on all the three past iterations of Modern Warfare series.
All the aforementioned developers have played vital roles in the past Call of Duty titles, and seemingly the Infinity Ward studio is assembling all the key developers for their developing team who can help in the constructive development of a new Modern Warfare title.
For instance one of the developers namely Grigsby managed to develop some of the highly portable weapons in the game, especially the satisfactory knife which proved to be every player’s ultimate last resort to eliminate enemies under challenging situations.
On the other hand, developers Smith and Roycewicz have designed some of the ultimate maps in the game in addition to the Overgrown and Wetwork in the MW series. Looking forward to Emslie who is currently the Art Director in the studio has previously developed one of the most interesting and likable character (namely Ghost) in the entire franchise.
Rick also has been a key developer for the Call Of Duty series as he was the one who came up with the logic and reasoning for the Spawn during Team Death Match mode. Moreover, Rick also developed the auto-regenerating of the health in the Call Of Duty title which can still be observed in all the past Modern Warfare titles.
Although studio has not confirmed any of the speculations related to the development of a Modern Warfare 4, still by undermining the current studio scenario and rejoining of the five of the most potent developers in Infinity Ward studio it is quite likely that fans of Call of Duty may soon get a chance to experience an absolute new take on the hit classic title.
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