Infinity Ward studio design director Taylor Kurosaki has left the studio alongside narrative director Jacob Minkoff, the two announced on their respective Twitter channels earlier this week.
Jumping from Uncharted developer, Naughty Dog, Kurosaki and Minkoff joined Infinity Ward during the development of & # 39; CoD in space & # 39; Infinite Warfare. But its imprint is felt more in Modern Warfare in 2019, which meant a significant change of tone for the studio (even if that more squeaky tone featured white phosphorus white rewards).
It looks like the couple will continue to work together going forward, although they are not fully prepared to reveal what they will be working on next.
"Earlier this year, we decided to move on from Infinity Ward to look for a new, exciting and exciting opportunity," the two directors shared in a joint statement. "It was an honor to be a part of the studio for the last 7 years and we are very proud of what we created together with Modern Warfare and Infinite Warfare."
With Call of Duty in a three-year development cycle, it will be at least a year before you know what Infinity Ward is working on. This year's entry has been confirmed to be developed by the Sledgehammer Games, and it is rumored that we will return to World War II with a project currently titled "Vanguard."