Since the release of Black Ops 2 in 2012, the Call of Duty franchise has been sending us into future settings, whether it be ground-based robot warfare or space gunship battles.
Many fans within the Call of Duty franchise want to see a return to modern day or pre-modern day warfare much like the Modern Warfare series, Black Ops 1 and other games. With 2016 being the fourth year in the row of future-based Call of Duty titles, many feel Activision just aren’t listening. It’s however much more complicated, and in reality, Activision are listening – they simply cannot react as quickly as we’d like.
In this video, we discuss the inner workings behind Call of Duty development, and why it’s a much slower process to respond to fans requests. Watch below: