Infinity Ward moves onto MW2 DLC, doesn’t know what next project is

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 12 November 2009 08:08 GMT


Infinity Ward’s Rob Bowling’s told MTV that its next game’s a mystery.

“We don’t know what our next game is,” he said, talking in the video interview after the break.

“Once we’ve finished [Modern Warfare 2], we’re going to do a lot of DLC support for it, and then we’re going to sit down and talk about what our next project’s going to be. It doesn’t mean this is the end, but right now, you know, we’re continuing the story and we’re concluding some storylines, but anything’s possible.”

Right. So it’s Modern Warfare 3, then?

“We always like to leave some opening, some air to breathe,” Bowling added. “So, you’re going to have to play it and see.”

Modern Warfare 3, then. Thanks, GoNintendo.

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