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The Associated Press reports Activision has countersued former Infinity Ward executives Jason West and Vince Zampella, who sued their former employers last month claiming breach of contract and wrongful termination. The countersuit likewise alleges "breach of contract," saying West and Zampella held up development on other Call of Duty games in an attempt to gain more money. Word is: "The company is seeking to withhold additional payments to the men, who they claim also kept bonuses from Infinity Ward employees." Kotaku reached out to West and Zampella and heard from their lawyer, and if you were expecting them to side with Activision, you were mistaken, as the axed execs' attorney says: "Activision's inaccurate and misguided allegations lose sight of the reality here: None of the false claims of insubordination or breach of duties had any negative affect [sic] on Activision — none." Kotaku also has the legal documents.
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