Call of Duty’s Robert Bowling leaves Infinity Ward and Activision
Damn, definitely didn't see the resignation of Robert Bowling coming. Any possibility of LAN implementation just went out the door.
— Nadeshot (@OpTic_NaDeSHoT) March 26, 2012
Robert Bowling just quit. WHO THE HELL AM I SUPPOSED TO YELL AT NOW?
— Dane (@EnadZT) March 26, 2012
So Robert Bowling is stepping down from his position at IW. BRB – making a video about it. See you on the other side of 1,000,000 views.
— Scott Fisher (@Aplfisher) March 26, 2012
From Vox Games:
Robert Bowling, the Call of Duty creative strategist more commonly known by his handle “FourZeroTwo,” is vacating his position and leaving both Infinity Ward and Activision-at-large, he announced on Twitter earlier today.
Bowling served as both creative strategist and community manager for the studio and Call of Duty brand since 2006, and has been one of the most recognizable members of the company since the departure of studio heads Jason West and Vince Zampella in 2010. He’s been the game’s biggest champion and most efficient source of info distribution through social media channels — most notably, he carries a cache of 366 thousand followers on Twitter.
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