Acti-Blizz Day – Infinity Ward developing CoD6, confusion over release date

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 16 September 2008 07:10 GMT

Speaking during Activision Blizzard’s Analyst Day last night, company CEO Mike Griffith confirmed that Infinity Ward is developing Call of Duty 6.

There are, however, conflicting reports on a date for the game. Gama’s reporting 2009, while Destructoid – and others – have posted a 2010 date.

Apparently both years were mentioned in presentations from Griffith and Acti-Blizz super-boss Bobby Kotick.

Expect some clarification in the next few days.

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