Glen Schofield gets us excited for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, but then says “game changer”Written by: / / 1 Comment
If you weren’t aware, game industry veteran Glen Schofield is a mountain of a man. Not exceptionally tall, per se, but his presence is undeniable.
- Glen Schofield at gamescom 2011
I had a chance to meet Glen Schofield at gamescom 2011 before taking an appointment to see Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 that year – a game Schofield’s (at the time) newly announced studio, Sledgegammer Games, was working on alongside Infinity Ward.
After asking to take his photo in front of the meeting room, we chatted for a bit and I was taken aback by how friendly and genuine he was, but I really shouldn’t have been – his light hearted nature is regularly on display thanks to his Twitter antics and hilarious jabs between himself and studio co-founder, Michael Condrey.
So when I hear someone as authentic and obviously passionate as Glen Schofield talk about the features of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, it’s easy for me to believe that he believes the game he’s working on is as exciting as he makes it out to be. Even when he utters the despicable phrase “game changer,” I can almost forgive him for it.
Watch Schofield discuss the advanced technologies and gadgets we’ll be getting our hands on in Advanced Warfare this November, with Michael Condrey in there somewhere, too:
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – “Future Tech & Exoskeleton” Behind the Scenes Video
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is out on November 4th across Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PC.
Dig into El33tonline’s previous coverage to see the game’s first trailers and screenshots, and read up on details regarding story, gameplay and setting.