Call of Duty: Police Warfare To Become A Game




Police Warfare was originally labeled as a pitch for the future of Call of Duty with no plan to create a finished product.

After the YouTube video got many hits, the team found out that this is a game concept people want to become a reality.

You can help fund Police Warfare by visiting  Kickstarter.

Police Warfare pits cops versus robbers in an online, 32-player warzone, complete with vehicles. The action is set in Los Angeles, the birthplace of SWAT (Special Weapons and Tactics). The Kickstarter page describes multiple online modes, including a Battlefield 3-style “Rush Mode.”

A new independent development house dubbed Elastic Games will be used for the game. Police Warfare is the product of former Ubisoft, Epic Games, Activision, and Electronic Arts employees. The team, lead by Wallace and lead game designer James Wearing, has an impressive list of titles to their name. Some of the titles are Crysis, Crysis 2, Grand Theft Auto 4, Assassin’s Creed 2, and Far Cry 3.

Elastic Games is looking for $325,000 to complete the project, offering a multitude of extras for donors, including a Kickstarter-exclusive class.

The inspiration for the game comes from various products including Battlefield 3, Grand Theft Auto 4’s multiplayer, and the Michael Mann thriller, Heat. Wearing and Wallace say the game will be exclusive to PC initially, but they hope to expand to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, using Battlefield 1943 as an example of a downloadable, online-only shooter that has captured attention on consoles.