'Call of Duty' Rivalry Good for Fans


Posted November 12, 2008 - By TylerColfax

The alternating development licensing of the Call of Duty franchise has created some heat between the developers running each project, but some say that's a healthy sibling rivalry that leads to good work from both studios.

Like Michael and Janet Jackson, one will always be slightly less famous, while the other is only marginally more manly and has a lot more money. It all began when COD 4 producer Robert Bowling called out Noah Heller from Activision, makers of the newer Call of Duty: World at War game for continually referencing COD 4, Bowling's game, in interviews regarding the release of World at War.

The bottom line is that both wings of the game are published by Activision and they actually share builds and criticism for each other during their development cycles. So, it appears to be much ado between a couple of driven game developers that ends up making better Call of Duty experiences for everyone. Let's all just hold hands and kill each happily, please.


'Call of Duty' Rivalry Good for Fans


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