COD: WWII Dev Originally Planned To Make Advanced Warfare 2
- Author: Gina Adkins Nov 10, 2017,
Nov 10, 2017, 1:00
But know this: Even the worst Call of Duty games are the best-selling game each year.
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Ultimately everything points to Call of Duty: WWII being a landmark success during Activision's important Q3 period. COD WWII has already surpassed sales targets of Infinite Warfare and is on track to quickly sell more units than the previous installment.
It is so popular that Call of Duty: WWII saw the highest total connected users on current generation consoles and PC in Call of Duty history, an impressive stat considering how well it sells around the world every year.
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Activision CEO, Eric Hirshberg, stated in an interview with Newsweek that "Sledgehammer wanted to make Advanced Warfare 2".
Call of Duty's trajectory with Infinite Warfare started with Black Ops 2 in 2012, but was cemented with Advanced Warfare, which introduced exoskeletons, double jumps and wall-running to the shooter.
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Activision, based in Santa Monica, California, said "Call of Duty" sales by a year ago had topped 250 million units, with revenue exceeding $15 billion. In a press release sent to GamesBeat, Activision notes that this opening tops the starting weekends for Thor: Ragnarok and Wonder Woman combined. "And we're committed to supporting the community with continuous improvements and new content".