Infinity Ward’s Robert Bowling: Entire Killstreak System Changed

Call of Duty’s “rich get richer” multiplayer balance has always been frustrating, especially to those who have just been killed by a triggerable nuclear bomb. Now, according to Infinity Ward’s Robert Bowling, the series’ infamous Killstreaks will be heavily retooled.

“We changed the entire way the killstreak system works,” he said. “I can’t go into detail yet, but I will share when I can.” This cryptic statement is sure to provoke widespread speculation, until Bowling or his corporate masters deign to give us some useful intel on the subject. One assumes that all will be revealed at Call of Duty XP, the two-day con transpiring this September in L.A.

To see the best of the kills that powered those old killstreaks, check out our list of the ten best CoD multiplayer kills.

via Destructoid

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1 Comment on Infinity Ward’s Robert Bowling: Entire Killstreak System Changed


On June 30, 2011 at 5:09 pm

I bet it means you have to pay cash for your killstreaks now, knowing this guy and that company.