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Call Of Duty 2017 May Feature Believable, Photo-realistic 3D Models

By Sarene Mae Butao , Apr 10, 2017 05:35 AM EDT
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It seems like Sledgehammer Games is doing its best in providing an excellent output for the upcoming Call of Duty game, which is expected to be announced soon. So far, fans only saw a series of rumors and hints about the game since neither Activision nor Sledgehammer Games has confirmed anything yet. Previous reports said that the game would go back to its roots suggesting a World War II setting. However, it remains a mere speculation up to this point.

GamingBolt mentions that the recent job ad posted on Activision's official website hints a projected improvement in the visuals department for the upcoming game. As seen on the ad, Sledgehammer Games is looking for an associate environment artist. Apparently, judging at the requirements and responsibilities of the said job hint of what the developer is planning to do.

The ad mentioned that Sledgehammer Games is looking for someone who can build and texture awe-exciting surroundings and has a passion for developing game art. One of the duties and responsibilities of the person applying for the job would create believable, photo-realistic 3D models. In addition, the job post is looking for someone who can create textures from concept art and photo reference.

Other qualifications seen in the job ad are that the candidate must be able to edit, assemble and enhance extremely detailed 3D environments. Based on these facts, players might now have an idea of what the next Call of Duty game looks like in terms of visuals at least. Meanwhile, it is expected that Activision would start spilling some of the details about the upcoming game in the following months.

Activision usually releases its Call of Duty entries late in the year. As a result, it is most likely for the next Call of Duty game to have a similar release date. It is also suspected that Activision would possibly introduce the game in this year's E3. However, as of now, fans are suggested to wait for Activision's official announcement.

 

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