David Vonderhaar is reportedly relieving his Call of Duty role. One of the longest-serving developers of Call of Duty, David Vonderhaar, has left Treyarch and I am sure that he is surely going to be missed.
David Vonderhaar Call of Duty Role
David Vonderhaar, one of the longest-serving and best-known developers of Call of Duty is leaving Treyarch and Activision in pursuit of new and greener pastures.
And whilst he reportedly stopped short of revealing what studio or the game in question that had tempted them away – Vonderhaar could only state that they were staying in the games industry, “working on an undisclosed project they can’t discuss yet” – the developer then thanked both their colleagues as well as the community for their support over the last 18 years.
David Vonderhaar’s Farewell Message to the Gaming Community and Colleagues
“Today I am sharing that I have left Activision and Treyarch after an incredible 18 years and 8 Call of Duty games,” Vonderhaar stated via their LinkedIn profile.
“To my co-workers at Treyarch, I am immensely grateful for the time we invested working to improve our craft, never sitting on successes, and always wondering how to improve what we design and how we produce it.” And as for the community? The developer thanked players for their passion and enthusiasm.
“That energy has often fueled our determination as a studio and individuals,” Vonderhaar reportedly added. “I will always be grateful for the opportunity to interact with so many of you directly online and in person. This energy will always be a massive part of me.”
Vonderhaar however finished simply by saying that they were moving on to work on “a rare and unique opportunity”.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Trailer
In the early parts of this week, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (2023) finally was fully unveiled, with a trailer revealing to fans their first glimpse of the FPS in action. A November 10 release date was reportedly also confirmed, which simply means that we have just three short months to wait for the game.
What Gamers Should Expect With Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
Perhaps and most unsurprisingly, Modern Warfare 3 (2023) as you should know is a direct sequel to Modern Warfare 2 (2022), with the campaign of the former picking up just exactly when its predecessor’s left off. New to Modern Warfare 3 (2023) for those that don’t know already is the addition of ‘open combat missions’, which as you should know will get to face players with a number of choices in regards to just how they approach certain story quests.
And as suspected, it also features all 16 launch maps which were available from the original Modern Warfare 2 (2009), although each one in question has been modernized with new modes in a bid to get stuck into, and such as the competitive 3v3v3 mode, Cutthroat. You should also expect more than 12 totally fresh 6v6 arenas will be introduced in post-launch seasons, as well.
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