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PublisherActivision Blizzard StudioInfinity Ward GenreShooterRelease Date11/10/09

This future contract pays 1 DKP for each 10,000 units of Modern Warfare 2 (PS3) sold in the US in the retail month of January 2010 according to the NPD Group. This retail month runs from January 3, 2010 to January 30, 2010. This contract expires at 11:30 PM PST on February 10, 2010.

Modern Warfare 2 Prestige sells out in UK

Gamer Zines - July 18, 2009

Submitted by noobie (468) at 4:12AM PST on July 18, 2009

It looks like the Prestige Edition of Modern Warfare 2 has now sold out in the UK. The limited edition SKU, which was made available to pre-order yesterday exclusively at, is now unavailable to order, with a notice stating that the title has since been "deleted".
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Xbox 360 Gamers Defecting To PS3 For Holiday Sequels

Gamasutra - November 4, 2009

Submitted by yajimari21 (383) at 2:04AM PST on November 5, 2009

It's coming time for the Holiday launches of anticipated multiplatform sequels -- and new data provided to Gamasutra by OTX's GamePlan Insights finds that many sequel-buyers might be switching platforms, defecting from Xbox 360 to PlayStation 3 for more than one major release. "The PS3 seems poised to shift the ratio of Xbox 360 to PS3 sales for most major multi-platform releases in its favor among dual owners," Williams tells us.
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Modern Warfare to Sell 1.7 Million in UK in Week 1 - October 28, 2009

Submitted by Animate (241) at 5:49PM PST on October 28, 2009

This week's issue of MCV reports that sources close to some of Activision's rival publishers are predicting opening week sales of 1.7 million units for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. This figure has been estimated based massive pre-release anticipation for the title which includes 500,000 pre-orders at retail.
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IW Lead developers fired

Kotaku - March 2, 2010

Submitted by mrahaju (9) at 6:34AM PST on March 2, 2010

Jason West and Vince Zampella, two lead developers at Infinity Ward, met with Activision earlier today. Then they seemed to disappear and "bouncer-types" showed up at the studio. This Activision filing might explain why. "The Company is concluding an internal human resources inquiry into breaches of contract and insubordination by two senior employees at Infinity Ward," "This matter is expected to involve the departure of key personnel and litigation."
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