We all know the current console generation is winding down, but the next could start as soon as next year, according to a recent job posting by Call of Duty developer Infinity Ward. “Come work with the game industry’s brightest on an exciting, unannounced next gen title,” the posting reads. Given that Call of Duty is an annual series, and it’s Infinity Ward’s ‘turn’ next, we could be seeing new consoles as early as next year. Sony and Microsoft have been fairly silent about what their next generation of hardware will look like, but there have been hints here and there. In a recent interview with the UK’s Financial Times (paywall), Sony president Kenichiro Yoshida said “at this point, what I can say is it’s necessary to have a next-generation hardware.” This comes after Microsoft’s E3 2018 presentation, where Xbox boss Phil Spencer confirmed the company is “deep into … [Read more...] about Infinity Ward is working on a “next gen” game, so new consoles may launch in 2019
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Call Of Duty 2019 is in works by Infinity Ward as we speak and the developers is looking for people to add to its team. According to the latest job listing by Infinity Ward, it’s coming to the next generation of consoles. Infinity Ward posted a job listing on LinkedIn and its job description is hinting at the possible cross-gen Call of Duty game. Come work with the game industry’s brightest on an exciting, unannounced next-gen title. The candidate must have a strong interest and passion for First Person Shooter (FPS) games. Now that unannounced title is most probably going to be Call of Duty 2019. Every year Call Of Duty games are released by different developers including Infinity Ward, Sledgehammer Games, and Treyarch. 2019 is going to be the year of Infinity Ward. IW has made some of the best games in the past including Modern Warfare 2 and 3. The mention of “next-gen” possibly means that Call of Duty 2019 will arrive on the current PS4 and Xbox One as … [Read more...] about Call of Duty 2019 Job Listing Confirms PS5 and Xbox Scarlett Versions?
Forza Horizon 4 developers are looking to grow their employees by hiring up to 400 more due to the tough upcoming challenges for Playground Games. A recent reveal discovered indicates that Playground Games is going to change the way they run things in the near future. The video game developers are suggested to hire new people and divide the company into the three divisions that they plan to work on for now. This news came up after a Resetera forum user highlighted that Playground Games might be starting a new IP studio. A post on Twitter also evidently shows that something is surely cooking although the developers have not made any official announcement yet. We do hope that this extra force also goes on to develop the much awaited Fable 4. “Playground Games Plans To Grow To 400 Employees. They posted in LinkedIn over 100 jobs and if you go at their website there posted even more. They want to create three studios division: The key reason behind a hiring of this scale is implied … [Read more...] about Playground Games is Expanding, Give Us Fable 4 Please
When Crackdown 3 was announced in 2014, Microsoft emphasized the return of series creator Dave Jones and his new company Cloudgine, which provided a cloud computing service to help power in-game destruction that would otherwise be impossible on a baseline Xbox One. In an interview with Kotaku around that time, Xbox head Phil Spencer, now executive vice president for gaming at Microsoft, said, “[Jones’] Cloudgine company is doing a lot of the technology behind Crackdown.” But earlier this year, Fortnite creator Epic Games announced it had acquired Cloudgine. Jones left the creative director role at the project’s co-developer Reagent Games, and with it Crackdown 3, to take the role of director of cloud and esport strategies at Epic. The move raises questions about Microsoft’s plans for the game’s big multiplayer destruction. The initial description of the destruction sounded almost futuristic. “Unlike other games, this wall has compute power and … [Read more...] about Crackdown 3’s original co-developer and series creator are no longer on the project
Sony has recently posted a new job listing, which states that the company is building a new game development team in San Diego. More interesting is that this studio will be partnering with Visual Arts Service Group (VASG), which is the very same studio responsible for contributing to iconic PlayStation game franchises like Uncharted, Death Stranding, God of War and more, and that it could also be working on a mysterious project alongside Naughty Dog. "This high visibility project is being developed in collaboration with a major Sony development studio," the job listing reads. Sony is also specifically looking for someone with "previous experience shipping a 3rd person action game" and "5+ years of systems design experience in either single or multiplayer 3D action games." Additionally, a recent post on ResetEra revealed that the LinkedIn profile of a PlayStation employee living in the San Diego area mentions an unannounced project being worked on with Naughty Dog and Santa Monica. This … [Read more...] about Rumor: Uncharted 5 Could Become a Reality After Sony Builds New San Diego Studio