Tag Archives: Mark Rubin
Tue, Jun 19, 2012 | 01:48 BST
Infinity Ward has announced that a new DLC pack for Modern Warfare 3 will be releasing tomorrow on Xbox 360 for Call of Duty: Elite Premium subscribers.
Wed, Nov 09, 2011 | 14:51 GMT
Planning to log some hours with Modern Warfare 3 this weekend? Producer Mark Rubin tells Steph Nunneley what’s in, what’s out, what’s changed, and why.
Tue, Nov 08, 2011 | 13:59 GMT
“When both games succeed it’s better for the industry as a whole. It’s not just us – we want the gaming industry to succeed because the better the gaming industry does the better we all do. We root for everybody. Honestly, it’s the fans you want to listen to. They’re gamers, they’re going to play both games, both games are great. Much respect for everyone involved on the DICE side and I think they feel the same way with us. We’re friends with them. It’s not what they portray on the EA side.” – Modern Warfare 3 executive producer Mark Rubin to Eurogamer.
Thu, Oct 27, 2011 | 22:49 BST
Activision has released a video for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, which focuses on the game’s weapon proficiencies. The progression allows the player to customize the gameplay experience with weapon leveling unlocks, and using proficiencies which provide weapons with new attributes. Each weapon will contain an experience bar, so the better you get, the better your weapons gets as well. It’s all very interesting, and you can watch it below the break. Modern Warfare 3 is out on November 8.
Sat, Sep 10, 2011 | 13:18 BST
When it came time start developing the multiplayer maps in Modern Warfare 3, Infinity Ward and Sledgehammer looked at maps contained in previous Call of Duty offerings in order to determine not only what made them fun, but how to implement more verticality and flow. More »
Wed, Sep 07, 2011 | 07:36 BST
Modern Warfare 3 producer Mark Rubin has said that Infinity Ward is more concerned with gameplay than trying to “push technology.”
Wed, Jun 17, 2009 | 15:25 BST
Will Modern Warfare 2 be longer than Call of Duty 4? Might be. Infinity Ward doesn’t care. The only thing that matters is the sequel being the best game in the world. Ever.
“It’s really hard to say, because it’s not done yet, it’s not balanced yet,” Infinity Ward’s Mark Rubin said at E3 on the subject of whether or not the game will be bigger than the original.
“We don’t go into it saying we need to build a 20-hour experience or a ten-hours experience. We say, ‘What’s the best fucking experience we can possibly deliver?’
“And we craft it around that.”
Rubin added that the game’s levels will be “bigger” than those in CoD4.
Megaton game of the year. Christmas number one all over the place. Start betting now.