Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Composer Departs Over ‘Increasingly Challenging’ Dynamic With Audio Director

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The composer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, Sarah Schachner, has revealed that she has parted ways with the game and the free-to-play battle royale Call of Duty: Warzone (and possibly the upcoming Warzone 2). Why, she says the game’s audio director has become difficult to work with and she sees no way forward. Diversity Reports that the audio director in question is Stephen Miller but Schachner did not name the person in his announcement.

The news of his departure comes from a statement released on Twitter by Schachner on November 3, as reported video game chronicle, Schachner’s departure comes after years of work with Modern Warfare II studio Infinity Ward in games like 2019’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and 2016’s Call of Duty: Infinity Warfare. Other credits include Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Anthem, as noted. VGC,

“I’m sad to say that I can no longer continue to compose music for MWII/Warzone,” her statement reads. “Over the past few months, working with an audio director has become increasingly challenging and I see no way forward. As of now, I am unsure of the status and release plan for the soundtrack as it has been shelved. It is in my hands. Although I have no control over how the music is presented in the game, it is not my artistic intention to mix and master what will be released on the soundtrack.”

She then thanks the fans for their support and gives some shout outs to others involved with the game’s score, including mixer Frank Wolf, “creative vision” Mike Dean, and performing artists including Basek, Brain Mantia, and MB Gordy. Huh.

You can read his full statement below:

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[Source: Video Games Chronicle]


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