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Infinity Ward is an accomplished team of game makers focused on creating games that are fun, exciting, immersive, and the best anyone can imagine.

Infinity Ward's games have a quality of animation not often seen in PC games, and include the 2003 Game of the Year, Call of Duty. Infinity Ward is located in Encino, CA.

Recent articles about Infinity Ward

Infinity Ward, Bungie and Ubisoft join Australian bushfire relief efforts

Modern Warfare DLC, Destiny 2 T-shirt sales and AUS$30,000 donation all go towards charities and emergency services

Modern Warfare. Modern Warfare never changes.

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Modern Warfare dev compares game's "awareness building" to Schoolhouse Rock

Narrative director responds to criticism about 'Highway of Death' mission: "This is not some kind of propaganda"

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - Critical Consensus

Unsettling moments in the campaign clash with - but ultimately fade against - Infinity Ward's continued penchant for excellent gunplay and online multiplayer

Call of Duty Modern Warfare decried as 'American propaganda' over Highway of Death mission

Activision's latest shooter has been panned by critics and players, claiming game attempts to rewrite history

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare offering cross-platform play in all modes

Paul Haile: "The industry is hitting a point where we shouldn't restrict people from playing with their friends because of platform choices"

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare "eliminates season pass" - so how will it fund DLC? | Opinion

Activision promises to deliver more free maps and post-launch events as it gears up for large-scale cross-play multiplayer

Infinity Ward receives bomb threat - Report

Call of Duty development studio among dozens of businesses, schools, news outlets receiving threats today

Infinity Ward has quietly been recruiting Respawn developers

Seven hires over the past year identified, includes three former IW staff

Infinity Ward to open Polish studio

Studio to become home to "world class" research and development team

Rise of the Tomb Raider director joins Infinity Ward

Brian Horton put in charge of art direction and team management at CoD dev

Call of Duty 4 lead designer returns to Infinity Ward

Todd Alderman signs back on with studio as executive producer Mark Rubin departs

Two Naughty Dog leads jump to Infinity Ward

Call of Duty studio picks up new design director Jacob Minkoff, narrative director Taylor Kurosaki

Rubin: "Games are becoming harder to make"

Infinity Ward's exec producer worries for smaller studios

Call of Duty dev: We want Battlefield 4 to succeed

Mark Rubin gets excited seeing what EA DICE is doing; he also explains how Infinity Ward's tumultuous past has “future proofed” the studio

Respawn founders had tense relationship before West's departure

New details surface surrounding Jason West and Vince Zampella's split

Call of Duty: Ghosts not necessarily Wii U bound

Infinity Ward's Mark Rubin clears up some confusion about the game's confirmed platforms

Infinity Ward: Leaving behind Modern Warfare ''a long decision''

Studio wants to create a new universe with Call of Duty: Ghosts

Treyarch defends Call Of Duty Engine

"It runs at 60 and it's gorgeous," says game design director David Vondehaar

Robert Bowling: The Human Element

The Robotoki boss explains why The Human Element is more than just the name of his next game

Office details

  • 15821 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 590
  • Encino
  • California
  • 91436
  • United States

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