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Former Call of Duty developer’s studio nearly robbed

Above: Robert Bowling is the president of developer Robotoki.

Image Credit: Robotoki

Updated at 5:00 a.m. Pacific with image of robbers.

Robert Bowling, who previously worked at Call of Duty developer Infinity Ward before starting his own independent gaming company called Robotoki, stated on his Twitter account that his studio was nearly robbed.

The Los Angeles-based developer is currently working on its first game, Human Element, a survival-action title set 35 years after a zombie apocalypse. It’s set for release during the fourth quarter of this year.

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Infinite Ward was created in 2002 after the majority of its members split from EA LA and 2015, which worked on the PC game Medal of Honor: Allied Assault. Grant Collier is president of the company whose first franchise was Call of Duty... read more »

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