Until now, Activision had Infinity Ward and Treyarch releasing Call of Duty games every year, but now the studio has asked for another studio to come in and help, with Sledgehammer Games joining in on the COD fun.
The company has said that the three studios will be involved within the Call of Duty franchise, on a three-year schedule, in order to maintain quality while pumping that many differing Call of Duty games out. With Call of Duty: Ghosts coming nowhere near Battlefield 4 in terms of a leap to next-gen gaming, it'll be interesting to see what is in store for Call of Duty this year, and going into the future.
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