Activision: 500 developers working on Call of Duty

By Johnny Cullen, Wednesday, 7 September 2011 15:08 GMT

Mammoth. Activision’s said that “four or five studios” in total are working on the Call of Duty series, with a total headcount being 500 people.

Dave Stohl, Activision’s EVP for studios at the company, made the revelation to VentureBeat.

The line-up includes a rebuilt Infinity Ward following the West/Zampella implosion and Sledgehammer Games, both working together on Modern Warfare 3.

There’s also Treyarch working on non-Modern Warfare-based titles, Beachhead on Call of Duty: Elite and Demonware handling the services for all of the games.

A full video interview with Stohl is at the link.

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