It took over 2 years to write Call of Duty Advanced Warfare

It took over 2 years to write Call of Duty Advanced Warfare

In response to a comment on Twitter, Glenn Schofield, cofounder and CEO of Sledgehammer Games, said people should you be excited about the launch of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare , since the history of the game took 2 ½ years in writting. Recall that this is the first installment of the series whose production cycle lasted 3 years.

One fan said it was the first time the story of Call of Duty was excited, to which Schofield said. “should [be enthusiastic] Just the story demanded 2 1/2 years to write.”

The argument of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare revolves around private military corporations and resolves antagonist to renowned actor Kevin Spacey (in the role of Jonathan Irons), who is probably responsible for much of the excitement, because his role as Frank Underwood House of Cards further boosted his career.

Previous reports indicate that Sledgehammer Games wants to replicate the effect of some chapters of Game of Thrones with his argument and announced the May 16, 2014 presentation at E3 that will be special. Spacey’s presence is, of course, a possibility.

The last time so much emphasis is placed on the history of Call of Duty was coming when Black Ops, because his argument was written by David S. Goyer ( Batman: The Dark Knight ). And indeed, this was one of the most prominent series iterations.


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