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Sledgehammer Employee Resume Suggests Modern Warfare 4 In The Works

Posted on Thursday, July 18 @ 07:32:40 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
While the team at Infinity Ward slaves away on Call of Duty: Ghosts for release later this year, Sledgehammer is hard at work on a project of their own, or so it seems.

According to the LinkedIn profile of Rob Valdivia, the senior VFX artist at Sledgehammer Games, the studio is working on the next entry in the Modern Warfare series. Naturally, his profile has since been taken down, but not before someone on the PlaySt4tion forums captured an incriminating screenshot:
 

Of course, we'll have to treat the existence of Modern Warfare 4 as merely a rumor for the time being. That said, would you be interested in a follow-up to MW3? Would you rather Sledgehammer take the Call of Duty franchise in a completely different direction? Sound off with your thoughts in the comments below. 

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