Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2’s menus are definitely an eyesore to the game. According to a well-known leaker and insider, however, the game should undergo a complete overhaul of the user interface.
Even in the beta, players complained about the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 interface. The waking up was all the nastier when the game finally appeared. Developer Infinity Ward only made minimal changes to the user interface. As the leaker and insider Ralph Valve claims to have learned, this situation should change soon.
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Accordingly, in the last three years, heaps of new employees have been hired for the areas of user interface and user experience. As is well known, it got worse before it could get better, and this situation should gradually change over the next few weeks. However, the revisions should take place gradually, not with a major update.
Infinity Ward plans to facilitate, and entirely rework, Call of Duty’s UI/UX System’s;
“A major redesign and rebrand”
⁃ Launching Call of Duty’s first Subscription Scheme
⁃ Introduce Mobile Application, in Concept
⁃ Content Discovery & Library/Store re-architecture pic.twitter.com/rwmZ13iZhS
— Ralph (@RalphsValve) February 9, 2022
But what should be changed and revised now, Valve itself probably doesn’t know exactly. The only thing that is mentioned is that massive changes will be made that will redefine the entire brand. According to him, Warzone 2.0 and Call of Duty: Mobile also mark the first steps towards a more modern and straightforward interface. Well, whether something decent comes out of it?
According to Valve, the problems lie in the complicated cooperation between departments and communication problems seem to be more common. Even if big shots were poached by Hulu or Microsoft, disputes with artists and marketing regularly arose. The corona-related work from home also slowed down the internal processes.
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