Sledgehammer To CoD Fans: "Yes, We're Listening To You"
If you think developers like Sledgehammer Games don't see all the feedback from Call of Duty fanatics, you're crazy.
Of course the developers see such comments. What matters, though, is if they take those comments into consideration during the design process, and according to Sledgehammer co-founder Michael Condrey, they do.
In a recent Reddit post, Condrey said his crew takes feedback "very seriously" even if they can't respond to every single person:
"Sledgehammer Games takes fan feedback very seriously. With [40 million] voices strong, there are always going to be competing viewpoints within the fan community. We also have passionate visions of the game we want to deliver. Bottomline, we actively listen, even if we can't always respond or agree.
So thanks for being here, and for helping us make the game be the best it can. Every developer on this game has one goal--to create the highest quality experience of our careers. So one favor--keep it classy and constructive. As fans, we owe it to each other and the game."
Well, that's always nice to hear. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will launch on November 4 (come hell or high water, we're sure), and the debut trailer has already been viewed and dissected a hundred times over. We still need to see some gameplay but thus far, the response has been mostly encouraging...we think.
Related Game(s): Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
5/9/2014 11:17:26 AM Ben Dutka