Tuesday, 01 May 2012 23:45
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Today’s big announcement came in the form of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. With these announcements usually come large amounts of information and the same holds true with this title.
Well, Mark Lamia, studio head of Treyarch told VentureBeat an interesting statistic.
“There’s over 250 people at Treyarch, but there’s over 300 people working on the project,”
“We do have contractors and test teams that aren’t part of the company. Those others aren’t actually employees of Treyarch. But there’s over 300 people working on the game right now.”
Lamia also spoke on the outsourced workforce that is employed throughout the development process and what their role is.
“We actually do open up anything from our side that they can have access to, but they have their own team with their own creative work,” Lamia said of Activision’s internal studios.
“Whether it’s inside of the Call of Duty franchise or, frankly, some other area of essential technology or whatever other area – if there are things that teams can access or leverage, then they do.
“For example, the facial rig and the performance capture was something that we worked with Activision’s central technology team on quite a bit. There’s a lot of learnings there that can be applied to other teams.”
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is slated for a November 13th, 2012 release.
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