Fashionable Warfare 2 Multiplayer Developer Responds to Criticism of Santa Sena Map

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Infinity Ward multiplayer design director Geoff Smith has responded to the damaging suggestions for Name of Obligation: Fashionable Warfare 2‘s Santa Sena map. Talking with Dexerto, Smith defined that good stability wasn’t the intention with the event of the Santa Seana map.

Because the sport’s launch, Santa Sena has been criticised for its slim structure in addition to the truth that all the autos within the map might be destroyed, inflicting random explosions far and wide.

“Map-wise, we attempt to have a stability between experiential maps and the extra aggressive maps,” stated Smith. “Not all of them are tremendous sweaty, balanced ones. There’s ones the place ‘hey, it’d be actually cool to struggle over a border crossing.’”

Smith revealed that the map was impressed by an integral scene in critically-acclaimed motion film Sicario. Smith has said that the studio tries to stability the maps as a lot as attainable, but it surely additionally believes that the studio has the room to experiment with a greater variety of experiences.

“You recognize, our person base is so big,” Smith stated. “We attempt to stability as a lot as we will. I feel it’s necessary to have these enjoyable, experiential maps, and we clearly have sufficient for the CDL to have their play area.

“[We aren’t] attempting to spoil individuals’s enjoyable on each single map. I feel we even appeared into maintaining these vehicles from blowing up each spherical in search and destroy as a result of that will get actually outdated. We sort of simply make changes as we go, however I feel it’s necessary to have all kinds of experiences. Not all people’s into tremendous sweaty matches, so we sort of stability it for everybody. We do our greatest.”

Alongside creating new content material for Name of Obligation: Fashionable Warfare 2, Infinity Ward is at present aiding within the growth of the subsequent sport within the franchise, which is rumoured to be Name of Obligation: Fashionable Warfare 3. The sport is being developed by Sledgehammer Video games, with assist supplied by Infinity Ward and Treyarch.