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Infinity Ward Overview

Woodland Hills, CA (US)
201 to 500 employees
Company - Private
Unknown / Non-Applicable
Founded in 2002, Infinity Ward is the original studio behind the Call of Duty franchise. The titles developed by Infinity Ward have won over 200 "Game of the Year" awards and 100 "Editor's ... Read more

Mission: Infinity Ward strives to continue creating, improving, and advancing the possibilities of the first-person shooter genre. Join us!

Infinity Ward Reviews

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Dave Stohl
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    "Dysfunctional Leadership, Long Hours, Low Pay"

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    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Infinity Ward full-time


    *Nice facilities with big kitchens and a gym onsite. *Free lunches, dinners and snacks. *Lots of free swag and frequent parties/events.


    *12+ hour days everyday for months on end. *Directors and leads that fight publicly amongst each other. *Lack of a clear vision for the project *Call of Duty is uninspiring to work on.

    Advice to Management

    It’ll be impossible for IW to make a great game with its current leadership. Establish clear roles/responsibilities and put an end to the fighting and undermining

    Talented employees can work anywhere they want in the current business landscape. Treat your employees with respect, pay them fairly, stop requiring overtime, and make sure you have qualified leaders to run your departments.

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Infinity Ward Interviews



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    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at Infinity Ward.


    The entire process took around 1.5 months and felt like a huge drag. I was given an emailed test to do. I completed it in about 4 days, and after that, waited 2+ more weeks, went through another round of interview, then complete silence for 3 weeks. I sent them a polite follow up email every week, and were completely ignored. As an applicant that took out the time to do a test for them and was weeks into the interview process, one would appreciate some kind of response, even something as simple as, "We'll have the result in 3 weeks". But there was nothing. It was like an eternal wait.
    It was eventually after 3 weeks that I received a short email that the position has been filled. Despite the fact that it was a rejection to the job of my dreams, that short email was actually a huge relief that there will be no more waiting.

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Company Updates

  • Infinity Ward is hiring! Check out our latest job openings!

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    We are a leading developer of AAA titles. Our award-winning games and studio reputation attract top talent from all over the world. We are looking for passionate game developers to join our accomplished team. Check out our latest job openings.

  • Inspiring and empowering women game developers! #InternationalWomensDay #StrongWomen #Unstoppable #LimitlessPotential

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Infinity Ward Awards & Accolades

  • Future 50 Award, Fortune, 2017
  • 100 Best Companies to Work For, Fortune, 2017
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