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    Reports indicate that the Call of Duty franchise have a third developer working on it soon.Previously, development duties on the Call of Duty franchise have alternated on a yearly basis between Treyarch and Infinity Ward, but an LA Times article now indicates that a third development studio may be getting in on the action.”[Activision] has aggressive expansion plans for Call of Duty. Although Infinity Ward and Treyarch have produced sequels in alternating years since 2005, the publisher now has a third development house working on future versions,” writes the LA Times.The article also contained word that Activision is looking to turn the popular franchise into an MMO. A source close to the company told the LA Times that Activision is “considering adapting Call of Duty as a massively multiplayer online world,” which again ties into the old rumours of Modern Warfare 2 subscription fees and paid services.If you don’t have Modern Warfare 2, then check out our review to see what you’re missing.

    Paul Younger
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