Call of Duty developer Treyarch is celebrating its anniversary and has thanked the community for their support.
We missed Treyarch’s most important date due to the frenzy of game releases in the final stages of 2021 and the wait for the release of Call of Duty: Vanguard. The American studio reminded us today, via their Twitter account and a blog post, that they are celebrating the studio’s 25th anniversary.
25 years of history
Perhaps there are people who aren’t fans of FPS games and haven’t heard of Treyarch. Treyarch is a developer based in the United States that was founded in 1996 by Don Likeness. Activision bought it in 2001, and in 2005 it merged with Gray Matter Interactive, with whom it collaborated on Call of Duty 2: Big Red One.
They have amassed titles that have marked before and after in the genre since Call of Duty 2: Big Red One. That is why, for those who have witnessed the studio’s inception, it seems unreal that so many years have passed since its inception, but if we look at their history in detail, we can appreciate the years of hard work reflected in each of their titles.
Treyarch wanted to thank their fans who have supported them throughout the years in a blog post. The team commented:
Most of all, thank you to the players who have taken this journey with us! Thank you for playing, and thank you for your feedback along the way. We develop games because this is our life’s calling – it’s a huge part of what defines us. The only thing more satisfying than making games is watching millions of players around the world experience them.