You may have noticed earlier today, but Call of Duty has had a rich history of multiplayer gaming, enough to fill not one, but two retrospectives. With such a rich pedigree, Sledgehammer Games has a tough act to follow with Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, but it's a challenge they're more than willing to undertake.
To learn more about what's coming up in Advanced Warfare's multiplayer, Shacknews caught up with Sledgehammer co-founders Michael Condrey and Glen Schofield. Among the topics raised were the tsunami that hits the Defender map, how the eSports community has helped influence the game's map design, and the ongoing live streaming phenomenon and how it's affecting the Call of Duty series.
Check out the full video interview below.
Ozzie Mejia posted a new article, Sledgehammer Games co-founders discuss Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare multiplayer.
Sledgehammer co-founders Michael Condrey and Glen Schofield speak to Shacknews about what's coming up in Advance Warfare, as well as how eSports and live streaming are changing the way Call of Duty is being played.
I'm curious how much money MLG is making on CoD, since they're basically the only league I know of that has a CoD division.
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