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Top Call Of Duty multiplayer designer leaves the series after 18 years

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Vonderhaar works on a new game with another company already, but he won’t say what it was (Picture: ABC Gamer) on time.

David Vonderhaar has been in Treyarch for nearly two decades, but has opted to move to a company that has not yet begun working on a new project.

With Sledgehammer Games working on this years Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Infinity Ward having released 2022s Modern Warfare 2, Treyarch is never very hard in a lot working on the entry to 2024.

No such game is already being made without David Vonderhaar, one of the Call Of Duty’s longest serving veterans.

Vonderhaar joined Treyarch in 2004, where he continued working on no less than eight Call Of Duty games – he also enjoyed almost every entry in the Black Ops-Subseries as director.

He isn’t starting to become involved with the game industry at all and has already joined a new company on a new project. As for the moment, he isn’t publicly known about the game and company.

My colleagues at Treyarch have a lot of thanks for the time we invested to improve our craft, and never to sit on successes and always wondering how to improve what we design and how we produce it, says Vonderhaar.

He leaves, in a message to the call of duty community, announcing that he is thanks for your passion and enthusiasm. This energy has often caused our determination as a studio and to be a single-liar.

I always have a chance to interact with that many of you directly online and in person. This energy will always be a great component of me.

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Treyarch himself has also wished Vonderhaar well, describing him as legendary in a farewell post on Twitter.

A farewell to the legendary David Vonderhaar, who, when he was successful in the lull of the “Owner’s Day” series, was the reason for the games being reshaped. Her impressive words and groundbreaking ideas are going to be missed. It was written for his next adventure.

When we discuss what Treyarch is doing, it’s safe to assume that its another Black Ops game isn’t a black game. Maps of the event were already leaked online last year and have contributed to the theory that the map would be set in the Gulf War.

The time of Vonderhaars’ exit is interesting, as it’s just months or weeks before Microsoft is expected to confirm its acquisition of Activision Blizzard.

Microsoft isn’t sure if they’ll have an incentive to keep your money off, but even if they’re doing it, one of call of Duty’s top multiplayer designers has already fallen off the net.

Many thanks to the legendary David Vonderhaar, who, in line with his discipline, his creativity and and most importantly his ability made us our games easy and durable. His iconic words and an important idea won’t happen until the end of time. I’m excited for your next adventure! #ThankYouVahn.

Treyarch Studios (@Treyarch) August 18, 2023.

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