Neversoft, the developers behind Tony Hawk, are now carrying on with the work of ‘Call Of Duty’. Exciting news this, but sadly not many details are available from that terrain at the moment.
As we go looking further, we get to see the statement on the official website and that says they have turned their employees into a group of developers who can provide genuine innovation to games of first person style. The makers have also decided to support Activision’s Call of Duty franchise.
Founded in 1994 by Joel Jewett, Mick West and Chris Ward, Neversoft is world famous for their Guitar Hero and Tony Hawk skateboarding games.
Neversoft was acquired by Activision in October 1999 and its time for them to show what they are worth in Activision’s most prestigious game series, ‘Call Of Duty’. The Call of Duty games are published and owned by Activision. For Apple OS X, this is published by Aspyr Media.
Most of these games have been developed primarily by Infinity Ward and Treyarch. Some games have been also developed by Gray Matter Interactive, Spark Unlimited, Pi Studios, Amaze Entertainment, Rebellion Developments, and n-Space.
The games use a variety of engines including the id Tech 3, the Treyarch NGL, and the IW 5.0. With Tony Hawk developers coming into the scene, the Morpheme engine will also find its place in the above list.