Infinity Ward doing Call of Duty 6

Welcome confirmation from Activision.

Activision Blizzard has confirmed that Infinity Ward will be the team behind Call of Duty 6.

This follows the expected alternating series pattern with Treyarch, the developer of Call of Duty: World at War, which is due out in November.

However, there was some confusion during the publisher's Analyst Day conference surrounding the release date of Call of Duty 6.

Bosses Mike Griffith and Robert Kotick both mentioned dates in their presentations, and reports are split on whether the game will release in 2009 or 2010, according to Videogaming247.

Infinity Ward was responsible for the hugely successful and widely acclaimed Call of Duty 4. Chief among its accomplishments were getting huge numbers involved in online matches; Kotick said that around 60 per cent of all COD4 players take the plunge. Sploosh.

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