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Sledgehammer Studio wanted to release a new part of Call of Duty Advanced Warfare instead of MW3

A new press report from Bloomberg confirmed that the development process for MW3 was rushed by Activision, and that it took only 16 months while other parts usually take 3 years of development. There are other interesting details about the development process, and one of the most important was the fact that the developing studio, Sledgehammer He wanted to work on a new part of the Advanced Warfare game, and he actually presented an idea that was approved by Activision entitled Call of Duty: Anvil, but after working on it for a while, it was shelved and the studio was forced to work on MW3 under the supervision of Infinity Ward.

This isn’t the first time we’ve heard about the studio’s desire to bring Advanced Warfare back to the forefront as we heard the same thing in 2017, but we got Call of Duty: WWII. In your opinion, what is the secret behind Activision’s lack of faith in the Advanced Warfare project and which part will complete its events?

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