Back in the Second World War, the Call of Duty series managed to finally please its fans. In Sledgehammer, the maker of the game, which turns to the Seriyi roots, the winds of separation are blowing. Call of Duty: The directors of WWII, Michael Condrey and Glen Schofield, have left the producer studio according to the knowledge that Kotaku has revealed. On the other hand, Aleon Halon was brought in as Sledgehammer’s managing director.
Call of Duty: WWII directors set up their own studios
According to what has been said, the two experienced people will own their own studios. The games developed by the studio can also be distributed by Activision. Meanwhile, mention that Michael Condrey and Glen Schofield have been working at the closed studio Visceral Games for a while. Afterwards, they went to Sledgehammer Studios and directed the Call of Duty brand. We wonder how their games will develop in their studio.
Earlier, Jason West and Vince Zampella, one of the key developers of the Call of Duty brand, set up Respawn Entertainment as part of the Activision skyline. We can say that Zampella and his team, Michael Condrey and Glen Schofield, who had a major storyline like Titanfall were also inspired.