The studio who is responsible with the Modern Warfare games franchise, Infinity Ward, isn’t worried about getting unpleasing, or we can just negative feedback; if anything, the reverse is true, with the highly rated studio actually welcoming it. Robert Bowling says that given a nod to criticism helps give Infinity Ward a more basis perspective, and makes it easier to detect where it could be doing good.
Bowling said to Kotaku that it would be much more easier for Infinity Ward to look at the huge sales figures for Call of Duty releases and the number of gamers playing the Modern Warfare games on online services such as the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live, and reiterated that its work was done. But going cyber, where most people does not afraid to say their minds about something they didn’t fond of, showed the gaming studio that there was always a space for improvement. “It allows you to have a gut check and a perspective that ‘this is where we still need to go,’” Bowling said. “‘This is work that we still need to do.’”
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (MW3) will enters the market for PC, PS3, and Xbox 360 on November 8th.