Call of Duty developer David Vonderhaar leaves Treyarch

Call of Duty developer David Vonderhaar leaves Treyarch

One of Call of Duty’s longest-serving developers, David Vonderhaar, has left Activision and Treyarch.

Vonderhaar announced his departure on LinkedIn, promising that after 18 years with the franchise, the “energy” of the Call of Duty community “will always be a massive part of [him]”.

“Today, I am sharing that I have left Activision and Treyarch after an incredible 18 years and eight Call of Duty games,” Vonderhaar wrote in his LinkedIn post yesterday. “To my co-workers at Treyarch, I am immensely grateful for the time we invested working to improve our craft, never sitting on successes, and always wondering how to improve what we design and how we produce it.

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