Several employees associated with Activision express relief for an ease on annual releases stating; ⁃ “creativity and creatives alike shouldn’t be at the cost of crunch, it was a ticking time bomb — it’s been a long time coming”

Jan 21, 2022 · 8:13 PM UTC

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This also comes with a few employees concerned for what the acquisition will entail; ⁃ Budget concerns ⁃ Wage concerns ⁃ Talent concerns ⁃ Transition concerns
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Will cod finally make its comeback
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We all praying
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Finally
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Excited to see what devs can pull off now and happy that they’re all gonna be able to enjoy making games instead of constant crunch. It’s just gonna be weird playing one cod for 2+ years until a new one comes out. Best option is release remasters in between main titles imo
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That is actually a class shout. Also means less remaster maps with main title.
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Idk if I’m thinking too deep here, but won’t it be the same thing with the crunch, cause let’s say the next treyarch game is the first game to release with the new cycle, won’t they still have to work on new seasons throughout year 2 of the game as well as their next title too?
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Once xbox puts this in place I assume they are gonna make either every studio work together or ease up on the seasons as well. If not then the treyarch game will most likely be the last that crunches
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Will this apply to MW2?!
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