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Sledgehammer’s Uncharted-Inspired 3rd Person Call Of Duty Game Promised A “Brutal War Experience”

Sledgehammer was once working on an Uncharted-inspired third-person Call of Duty game, which promised a “brutal war experience”.

Speaking in an interview, former Sledgehammer Games Senior Creative Director, Bret Robbins, revealed that the studio had once been working on a third-person Call of Duty title that was inspired by Naughty Dog’s Uncharted series. He added that this was the very first Call of Duty project that Sledgehammer Games had been working on.

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Robbins mentioned that the development team had made a prototype for the project, and that he thought it was fun. He hoped that it would get revisited some day, so that the game could be made. According to him, the idea behind the game was to have a gritty, brutal, third-person war experience. However, the studio didn’t go far with the project. It didn’t even go so far as to map out what the whole game was going to be. It was ultimately an experiment that was scrapped, as the development team was moved to work on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.

Sledgehammer Games, Inc. is an American game developer formed in 2009 by Glen Schofield and Michael Condrey. Dead Space was created by these two individuals, who previously worked at Visceral Games. The company is located in Foster City, California. The studio created or collaborated on the creation of a number of Call of Duty video games.

Glen Schofield and Michael Condrey left Sledgehammer Games in February, 2018 but continued to work for Activision. Condrey later left Activision in December, 2018 to launch a career with 2K Games in the Bay Area with 31st Union. Schofield left the studio as well in order to found the studio known as Striking Distance, which went on to release The Callisto Protocol in 2022.

In related news, Sony had expressed concern to the CMA last month regarding the possibility of Microsoft deliberately leaving bugs in the PlayStation version of future Call of Duty releases.

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