Treyarch is already working on another Call of Duty game, if recent job listings posted on the developer’s website are anything to go by.
Numerous job listings have appeared on Treyarch’s website, with the blurb in each suggesting that the developer is hiring employees to work on a new Call of Duty game.
One job ad for a Gameplay Combat Designer says that the position "reports into the Design Director for the Call of Duty multiplayer team at Treyarch", while another role for a Scripter may require that the applicant takes "a design test utilizing Call of Duty mod tools".
Other job listings ask for applicants to "be an expert on recent First Person Shooters", and another says that the successful applicant will be working on "combat systems (such as weapons and attachments) and gameplay mechanics (such as Perks and spawning)"
Treyarch’s studio head Mark Lamia announced last year that the developer had become a "100-percent Call of Duty studio", and suggested that it would be utilising biennial development cycles for future Call of Duty games.
The developer released Call of Duty: Black Ops last year. Expect another Treyarch CoD in 2012.
This year’s Call of Duty game is expected to be a combined effort between Sledgehammer Games, Infinity Ward and Raven Software. It was confirmed that the latter had contributed content to the Call of Duty series in a job listing revealed last week.
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