We recently were able to sit down with Activision's Eric Hirshberg, where we learned a bit about the company's plans for the upcoming generation, as well as some possibilities for their Call of Duty franchise. We also asked whether the Xbox One and PS4 will allow for more user feedback, to which he noted that the consoles are more readily able to connect to other devices, though that may not change much in the way of the company's strategy.
They have more connectivity, but I don't know that they necessarily provide more feedback than we've had in the past.
Hirshberg stated that he's happy with Activision's ability to see what fans really want, which comes as no surprise given the high sales and popularity of the Call of Duty franchise. To him, there's nothing in particular about the new console cycle that will change that. This means that fans shouldn't worry about the publisher immediately changing the way they relate to gamers. Come this November, fans will still get the features and extra modes they desire.
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