People have been claiming for years that every new Call of Duty game is merely a copy and paste of the previous game. Glen Schofield, the general manager of Sledgehammer Games is trying to prove critics wrong. He wants to point out that Modern Warfare 3 is more than just a clone of Modern Warfare 2. He was recently interviewed by CVG, where he compared this game's engine to a Porsche's engine.
"I've worked on a lot of engines over my lifetime and spent a lot of time putting graphics in to them and this thing is Porsche," he said, "and what I mean by that is that it is stream-lined, everything in it is perfectly freaking clean. You can tell it's been worked on for years. It's easy to upgrade."
He also had bold things to say about the game's new gameplay. After all, the gameplay is what matters the most. "I've said this before - I'm not shipping an engine, I'm shipping a game. So that's why I'm going to talk about the game. You can talk about your engine all you want. It's not fun."
The rest of the interview can be read over at CVG.
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