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Activision Leeds working on Call of Duty handheld titles

Handheld and iOS games in development at new mobile studio

Activision's new UK studio in Leeds is working on handheld and iOS versions of the publisher's Call of Duty franchise.

The studio was established by ex-Team 17 founder Martyn Brown in November last year, and counts ex-Rockstar employees Mark Washbrook and Mark Lloyd on the payroll.

Although Activision has confirmed the studio is working on publisher franchises, it's Andy Payne, Mastertronic boss, who has revealed to Videogamer that the team is specifically working on its key console franchise.

The studio plans to grow to around 40 employees and has been hailed as a vote of confidence in the UK development scene.

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Latest comments (1)

Surath Chatterji Game Engine Programmer, Kajaani University of Applied Sciences5 years ago
All of them will be made redundant if the revenue generation is not as Activision expects. We have seen the massacre when Guitar and DJ Hero franchises were canned. They both were successful franchises which had reached some stagnation due to 0 innovation.

Anyways, back to the topic:
Any idea about a PS Vita version for COD?
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