Jason Blundell , veteran of Call of Duty and in particular of the Zombie mode, has announced his goodbye to Treyarch.
Blundell, currently senior executive producer, was one of the main developers of the Call of Duty Black Ops series.
He joined the American development team at the time of Call of Duty 3 in 2006, as a producer, when the main studio of the franchise was still Infinity Ward.
The expert producer greeted his fans and his team with an open letter shared on Treyarch social networks on Friday evening.
“We wish to thank Jason for his great contribution to Treyarch,” explained Activision’s label.
“We enjoyed our trip together and we really wish him the best for the future.”
We wish to thank Jason for his many contributions to Treyarch. We’ve enjoyed our journey together and wish him the very best going forward! pic.twitter.com/Tb8o36VWb2
– Treyarch Studios (@Treyarch) February 28, 2020
A particularly delicate moment for both Call of Duty and Treyarch, this.
The studio seems to have been in charge, breaking the traditional alternation, of the publication of a new Black Ops less than two years after the launch of the previous one, for internal problems in Sledgehammer Games and Raven Software. p>
Also, on the Infinity Ward side, a new battle royale, called Warzone , is about to be released, which should project IP into the world of free-to-play for consoles and PCs.