Call Of Duty’s SDCC Panel Will Focus On Single Player Campaign

panelIt isn’t much of a surprise that Activision will be holding a Call of Duty panel at San Diego Comic-Con later this month, but the news of what that panel will be about is a bit of a twist: they’re focusing on the single-player mode.

Ever since broadband became a necessity, single-player hasn’t really been the draw in Call of Duty games. Activision is making an effort to change that with Infinite Warfare’s single-player. You’ll be seeing new footage from the mode in the panel, and there’ll be a developer discussion with the dev team and the actors. Check out Activision’s press release below for more details.

 

CREATORS OF CALL OF DUTY: INFINITE WARFARE EXPLORE THE GAME’S IMMERSIVE, ALL-NEW NARRATIVE AT SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON 2016

Hosted by Kinda Funny’s Greg Miller, Panel to Showcase Never Before Seen In-Game Footage

 

Call of Duty is returning to Comic-Con! On July 21st, Activision and Infinity Ward, along with Kinda Funny’s Greg Miller will take fans behind-the scenes of the rich narrative in Call of Duty®: Infinite Warfare.  The 60-minute panel will debut never-before-seen footage from the game’s all-new story and unpack the creative process of crafting the campaign.  Members of the studio and cast will share new details and provide a glimpse into the ‘making-of’ the unforgettable journey players will undertake when Infinite Warfare launches worldwide this November 4th.

The panel will take place on Thursday, July 21st at 1:00pm in room 6BCF.  Panelists include:

·         Taylor Kurosaki, Narrative Director at Infinity Ward

·         Jeff Negus, Director of Photography at Infinity Ward

·         Brian Bloom (The A-Team, Once Upon a Time in America)

·         Jamie Gray Hyder (True Blood, Graceland)

·         David Harewood (Supergirl, Blood Diamond)

·         Jeffrey Nordling (Sully, Big Little Lies)

Additionally, members of the audience will receive a limited edition, hand-numbered Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare lithograph poster with special finishing treatments. The poster was created in partnership with Mondo (www.mondotees.com) and drawn by artist Matt Taylor (www.matttaylor.co.uk).

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