Beenox, one of the main support developers of Call of Duty, opens a new studio in the city of Montreal (Goes Gaming Bolt). As reported, this is the second office of the company based in Quebec City and the main objective is to increase the number of employees – currently has 400, 150 of which were hired last year – to tackle very ambitious future projects within Activision’s popular multiplayer first-person shooter franchise.
This investment in Montreal is the next key step in growing our studio as we continue to support creative ambitions across the Call of Duty franchise.
This new studio headquarters is made up of some 50 employees and a massive hiring campaEsports Extraswill soon be carried out -whether they are residents of the city or from other parts of the world- to increase the current workforce by more than 20%. On the other hand, the new team will be led by Nour Polloni, who has stated that the cultural diversity of Montreal will be of great help in broadening your creative perspective and making much better games. In his own words: “We count on the great diversity of talent in the city to build a team that allows us to broaden our creative perspective and bring even more diversity to our development.”
Beenox works on Warzone and Warzone Mobile
“This investment in Montreal is the next key step in growing our studio as we continue to support creative ambitions across the franchise.” Call of Duty. We want our location to attract local and international talent and contribute to Montreal’s vibrant video game industry,” he added to his earlier statements. Currently, the Beenox team is working on the many content updates coming to Montreal. Call of Duty: Warzone and in Call of Duty: Warzone Mobilethe mobile version of the successful battle royale available for consoles and computers.