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Sledgehammer Games Launch Call of Duty Website

Sledgehammer Games was founded in November 2009 by Glen Schofield and Michael Condrey, who had left EA owned Visceral Games to get Sledgehammer up and running. Their first title was confirmed by Activision as a Call of Duty action-adventure game making them the third development team to work on the popular Activision owned franchise.

A brand-new website has been developed for the studio which will act as the developers first port of call in updating the Call of Duty loving public of what’s going on within the team. The site will provide regular news and blog content, and has recently confirmed via a large logo that their upcoming Call of Duty title will be a first-person-shooter!

Xboxic have already been in contact with Sledgehammer games to express a love interest, so we should be keeping you up to date on any new developments in due course. In the mean time why not check out their new website which will give you a behind the scenes look at where all the Call of Duty magic will happen!

No details other than a confirmed first person shooter has been revealed, but what are you hoping for within the new Call of Duty title?

Source: Sledgehammer Games

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Comment by Steve Perry on 2010-06-23 20:58:24 | Reply

I hope that it’s set in jesus times.

I think that’s “Call of Donkey” haha…

I hope it’s based on a real War, I wouldn’t be surprised to see this as a World War One game.

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