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SAG-AFTRA Reveals Sledgehammer Games Working On Call of Duty: Stronghold


SAG-AFTRA have updated their list of games that are not affected by the ongoing strike between the union and video game companies.

One of the first things that pop out is Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is still on the list. This is presumably due to voice work needed for Season Pass content. The big part is that a Call of Duty game planned for 2017 will be developed by Sledghammer Games, the developers of Advanced Warfare and Modern Warfare 3. One game is titled Call of Duty: Stronghold while another is codenamed Call of Duty: Lethal Combat.

Of course this really doesn’t tell us anything about the game and we’ll just have to wait and see what the future holds.

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