Activision has recruited Sledgehammer Games to assist with the single-player portion of Modern Warfare 3, reports the Los Angeles Times, saying they've learned this from "people familiar with the situation." While MW3 has not actually been announced, they say "the title is well into production and is expected to come out in November." They report: "People close to the matter said Infinity Ward is working closely with Sledgehammer, which is led by a team recruited away from Activision's rival Electronic Arts Inc. The two studios are equally sharing duties of producing the single-player portion of the game, the sources said," adding: "Activision has also brought in Wisconsin-based Raven Software, which is working on the online multi-player elements for Modern Warfare 3, sources said." They note that this could have a domino effect of delaying development of another Call of Duty spin-off to be developed by Sledgehammer. Sledgehammer was formed in November 2009 by Glen Schofield and Michael Condrey, formerly of Visceral Games.
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